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Profile: Kathy Anderson

Kathy Anderson

Aspens Telluride CO by Kathy Anderson
Aspens - Telluride, Colorado      12 x 9"         Oil  


   Kathy Anderson recounts one of those amusing experiences that only a plein air painter can truly appreciate. While working on location at Hidden Falls, Jenny Lake, Wyoming, a sudden hail storm interrupted her endeavors. Anderson persevered, having to stop and start her painting four or five times while attempting to take advantage of the intermittent sun between downpours. A passerby commented, "Oh, what a nice hobby!"

     Anderson loves the inspiration she gets from being immersed in the environment, spending 80% of her time painting outdoors and 20% in the studio. She is known not only for her landscapes, but for her exquisite garden paintings and still-lifes.

                                 Begonias and Geraniums by Kathy Anderson
                                          Begonias and Geraniums          16 x 15"          Oil

   Kathy Anderson is a Signature Member of the Oil Painters of America, Allied Artists and the Connecticut Watercolor Society. She is a Charter Member of the Putney Painters with Richard Schmid and an Exhibiting Artist Member of the National Arts Club and the Salmagundi Club. Her work has been published in Fine Art Connoisseur, American Artist, Art of the West, Southwest Art Magazine, American Art Collector, International Artist Magazine and Art and Antiques Magazine.

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All artwork copyright Kathy Anderson
 


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