My paintings are soft and purposely ambiguous,
allowing viewers to exercise and draw from their imagination.
I try to capture a point in time, evoking a memory
remember that day
you know that place
light moving through a cloud.
A life-long resident of Massachusetts, Kathy grew up in Concord, where for many years she received formal training at the DeCordova Museum, continuing her studies at Mass College of Art, and later receiving a BA from Wheaton College.
Today, working in both watercolor and oils, Kathy spends her time between homes in Lenox and Provincetown, Mass. Her studio, Orchard House, is in Lenox.
She has been featured in shows at the Welles Gallery in Lenox, The Miniature Theater of Chester, and the Westfield Athenaeum. Her work can also be seen at Canyon Ranch of the Berkshires, The Stanwich Club, Greenwich, CT and in shows at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum where she is a member.
Current work is on display at the Hoadley Gallery in Lenox, Mass.
Kathy is a member of the American Watercolor Society.