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Lives in
San Francisco, CA

Works in
San Francisco, CA

Website

Schools
University of Kansas, Lawrence, MFA with Honors
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, BFA Phi Kappa Phi
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Representing galleries

Tags
conceptual, installation, mixed-media, abstract, large scale paintings drawing abstract, works on paper, commissions, oil painting, 100!, presentations installation painting digital conceptual, workshops, small scale paintings, arts-education mixed-media, kathryn arnold

Bio

The paintings are a result of intuitive nonobjective processes and contain my search for visual "magic". The sense of touch and chaotic energy of color and marks play an important role in building up layers that function to create and encompassing, enveloping field and bewildering space. The grid at times becomes a reference point and the intrinsic relating of parts form poetry; an interplay between subjective and objective realities.


*"2.Any mysterious, seemingly inexplicable power or influence; as, the "magic" of love." (webster)

About Me

Kathryn studied at the Kansas City Art Institute for three years and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting at the University of Kansas, Lawrence  with a Phi Kappa Phi honor. She completed her (MFA) Master of Fine Arts in Art with Honors.  (Lawrence, Kansas is where William Burroughs resided the last section of his life and Alan Ginsberg a frequent visitor. A bit of the “beat” poets and writers influence is seen in Kathryn’s work.)

Kathryn Arnold has shown her work on a national scale, from New York City to Hawaii, from Los Angeles to Chicago and Kansas City and St Louis. She has been written about by Alan Artner, art critic for the Chicago Tribune and Raphael Rubenstein, senior editor of Art in America along with many others. Her work is included in numerous public and private collections.

She exhibits nationally in galleries, universities and art centers and is a NEA Regional Fellowship recipient. She has received other fellowships, grants and awards as well. Kathryn’s work is included in numerous public and private collections.

Kathryn works in her studio in San Francisco. It is a large space with a skywell that keeps track of the time. Her work contains two intertwining veins. One is filled with large, colorful oils on canvas. The other vein includes drawings that are black and white mixed media works on paper. Both display the density and layered mark-making that points to artistic process and content.

CV

MFA with Honors
BFA Art, Phi Kappa Phi

GRANTS AND AWARDS:

National Endowment for the Arts Regional Fellowship, Painting, 1996.
Honorable Mention Award at Sandra Lee Gallery "The Abstract", San Francisco. Awarded by Phile Linhares, chief curator Oakland Museum of Art. June 2011
American Art Award in Abstraction Category, International Competition, Jurors are Gallerists from 16 U.S. galleries, June 2012
NYFA New York Foundation of the Arts Fiscally Sponsored Artist 2010-2012
Professional Development Grant, West Valley College, 2008 and 2012
Professional Development Grant, San Jose City College, 2001-2002.
Professional Development Grant, Mission College, 2000.
Professional Development Grant, San Jose City College, 2000.
Contemporary Artists Center, Recognition of Merit, North Adams, Massachusetts, April 1995.
Kansas Arts Commission Professional Development Grant, October 1993-June 1994.
Springfield, Massachusetts Art League Award, 1994.
Amsden Book Award, Art Kress Foundation Department of Art History, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (Awarded for Outstanding Studies and Work in Art History) 1992
Merit Scholarship, University of Kansas,  Lawrence, Kansas, 1991 and 1993
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 1990.
Lockwood Fellowship, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1989/1990

Selected SOLO EXHIBITS (and one two-person):

2016/2017

Spring Solo Exhibition at Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, Ca

2015

“Impact of Language” , Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA. Curated by Preston Metcalf.

“Kathryn Arnold: Painting”, Oakland City Center Lobby, Oakland, CA. Curated by Danielle Fox, Slate Art, Inc.

2014

 “Fields”, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Curated by Director Sandra Lee.

“Sky Window”, at 50 Fremont Salesforce.com , San Francisco, CA. Curated by Casey and Associates and Sandra Lee, director of Sandra Lee Gallery.

2013

“Elusive Material” at 555 California Bank of America Building and 315 Montgomery, San Francisco, CA. October 21 – December 28, 2013.  Curated by Casey and Associates and Sandra Lee, director of Sandra Lee Gallery.

2012

2-Person Exhibiton Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA. April, 2012.

2010

"New Paintings" , TIAA_CREF at 55 Fremont, San Francisco, CA  curated by Casey and Associates, San Francisco, CA, October - November 2010

2009

"Passages", 505 Sansome Street (The Transamerica center), curated by Casey and Associates, San Francisco, CA, March 21, 2009- May 30, 2009

2006

"Spontaneous Grid?”,  Casey and Associates, Art Advisors, San Francisco, CA, 1 Sansome Street (Market and Sansome), San Francisco, CA. February 25 - April 25, 2006.
Spring 2006, Shelley Barry Art Consulting, Exhibition Location, San Ramon, CA

2005

"The 7 x 7 Group", Casey & Associates, Art Advisors SF, 45 Fremont and 425 Market, Financial District.San Francisco, CA. January 2 – March 14, 2005.
"Past and Present", New Gallery inside of Ligne Roset SF, owned by Limm Gallery of San Franicsco, San Francisco, CA. March 12 – May 1, 2005

2003

Jenna Beyer Designs, Mountain View, Bay Area, CA. May 2003

2001

“The Binary Group”, Vargas Gallery, Mission College, Silicon Valley, Santa Clara, Ca. November 7 – December 7, 2001.

1999

“Vast Valley Experience”, University Art Gallery, California State University Stanislaus, Turlock, CA. September 7-24,   1999.
“Infinite Integrations”, R. Duane Reed Gallery, Chicago, IL., January - February 1999.
“New Works”, The Bradley Gallery of Art, Lakeland College, Sheboygen, WI, March 15- April 30, 1999.

1997

“New Paintings”,  R. Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis, Mo., April - May 1997.
“Prevalent Intuitions”, Las Vegas Cultural Center, Charleston Heights, Las Vegas, NV. November 26, 1996 - January   12, 1997.
“Sumptuous Surfaces, Structured Surfaces”, Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, KS. Three Art artist exhibit curated by Dr. Robert Soppelsa, Director of Mulvane Art Museum. July - August, 1997.

1996

University of Minnesota, Morris Campus, Fine Arts Center Gallery. Curated by Fred W. Peterson, Professor of Art History.  November 4-December 4, 1996.
“poetic spaces”, Massman Gallery, Rockhurst College, Kansas City, MO. Large-scale works. September-October 1996.

1995

“conversations,” David Levik Gallery, Westport, Kansas City, MO. July 1995

1994

“finding, losing group,” B.Z. Wagman Art Inc., St Louis, MO.  November 1994.
“nineties beat paintings,” David Levik Gallery, Westport, Kansas City, MO.  June 1994.
“pieces like music,” University of Kansas Regents Center, Overland Park, KS.  May 1994.
“Days, Clear Nights,” Campanella Gallery, Park College, Parkville, MO.  April 1994.
“A Total of Nine,” National Computer Training Center, Kansas City, MO.  November 1994-April 1994.

1993

“Intuitive Journeys,” Art and Design Gallery, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.  MFA Thesis Show.  1993.

ART FAIRS

San Francisco Art Market Art Fair with Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 2015


Houston Art Fair with Sandra Lee Gallery, Houston, TX. 2013

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITS:

2015

Gallery Artists Exhibition, New Year, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

San Francisco Art Market Art Fair with Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

West Valley College Faculty Exhibition, WVC Art Gallery, Saratoga, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

Jesse Cellars Gallery, Yountville, CA.

December Group Exhibition, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.

2014

Gallery Artists Exhibition, December Exhibition, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Gallery Artists Exhibition, New Year, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

West Valley College Faculty Exhibition, WVC Art Gallery, Saratoga, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

2013

“Mémoires d'éléphants”, Save the Elephants campaign, France.

Triton Museum, “West Valley College and Mission College Art Faculty”, curated by Preston Metcalf Triton Museum Chief Curator, Santa Clara, CA.

Houston Art Fair with Sandra Lee Gallery, Houston, TX.

West Valley College Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA.

Sandra Lee Gallery, “Summer”, San Francisco, CA.

Dubaigne Fine Art Ltd., “Small Abstracts” with catalogue,  NY, NY.

Sandra Lee Gallery, “Enchanted Spring”, San Francisco, CA.

Art Ark, Silicon Valley Community College Art Faculty, San Jose, CA.

West Valley College Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA.

Sandra Lee Gallery, Valentine Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

2012

Pop-Up Exhibition at 101 2nd Street (Atrium), San Francisco, CA. Curators: Artify It.

Group Exhibition of Gallery Artists, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Group Exhibition, Atmel Corporation, Curator McKinley Art Solutions, San Jose, CA.

College Art Association Conference “ArtExchange”. Los Angeles, CA.

Faculty Exhibition, West Valley College, Saratoga, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

2011

Gallery Artists Exhibition, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

"The Abstract" Sandra Lee Gallery, Curator Phil Linhares director of Oakland Museum of Art. Received Honorable Mention Award. Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

"Serenity" UCSF Center of Excellence in Women's Health, curated by McKinley Art Solutions, San Francisco, CA.

“The Sketchbook Project”, originates Brooklyn, NY, exhibited in numerous locations, West Coast: Seattle and Madrone Studios, San Francisco, CA.

“Be A Saint” Juried Valentine Exhibition and Auction, Sylvia White Gallery, Ventura, CA.

“Postcards From The Edge”, Visual Aids Benefit, NYC, NY.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

Faculty Exhibition, West Valley College, Saratoga, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

2010

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

South of Market Artists Exhibition, ARC Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

West Valley College, Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA.

2009

ArtSoup 18, Matt McKinley Art Solutions, San Francisco, CA.

College Art Association Members' Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA.

West Valley College, Art Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA.

M&M (Monoprint Marathon Exhibition), Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

2008

M&M (Monoprint Marathon Exhibition), Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA.

On Your Mark, San Francisco Art Works Gallery, 49 Geary, SF, CA.

West Valley College, Art Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.

2007

Visual Voices, San Francisco Art Works Gallery, 49 Geary, SF, October 2 – October 22, 2007
Transformations, Polarity Post Productions, San Francisco, CA. July 14 2007 - October 13 2007
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.
West Valley College, Art Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA., September/October

2006

"Worlds Apart", Urbis Artium, 49 Geary, Suite 202, San Francisco, CA., December 2005 through January 6th, 2006.
Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, June/July 2006, Monoprint Exhibition
Summer Exhibition, Lisa Coscino Gallery, June 30-August 2006, Pacific Grove, CA.
Berkeley Art Center, Group Exhibition, January 2006.
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco,   CA.
West Valley College, Art Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA., September/October

2005

Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, June/July 2005, Monoprint Exhibition
Works, San Jose, CA. “fools”, March 29 – April 23, 2005
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA.
West Valley College, Art Faculty Exhibition, Saratoga, CA.,  September/October

2004

East Bay, New Space, Artescape, Featured Artist, Inaugural Exhibition, November13, 2004 – December 2004
Diablo Valley Community College, DVC Art Gallery, Faculty Exhibition, October 2004
Evergreen Valley College, Library Gallery, October 2004
“Present Identity”, 8th Street Studios, San Francisco, CA,  March 2004
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Warehouse Exhibition, San Francisco, CA

2003 

Evergreen Valley Community College, Equity Exhibition, Fall, 2003
“10 Years of Painting”, Studio Exhibition, San Francisco, CA August 2003
SFMOMA Artists’ Gallery, San Francisco, CA,

2002

Art Angels, Spring 2002
SFMOMA Artists’ Gallery, San Francisco, CA, May 2002-2010

2001

2o Years of YLEM, SOMARTS Gallery,  San Francisco, CA, September 2001.
Gallery Artists,  R. Duane Reed Gallery, Chicago, IL, May 2001.
CaTaClYsMIc studios, San Francisco, CA, March 31-April 28, 2001.

2000

San Jose City College, San Jose, CA.  December 1999 – February 2000.
Delta College, Stockton, CA. January 2000 – April 2000.
Gallery Artists,  R. Duane Reed Gallery, St Louis

1999

Next Monet, San Francisco, CA. New Artists, July-August, 1999.
Gallery Artists,  R. Duane Reed Gallery, St Louis
San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art,  Monoprint Marathon, San Jose, CA.  May-June 1999.
Image/Text Show/Auction, University Art Gallery,  California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, CA., June 14-July  10th, 1999.
“Summer Show”,  Leedy-Voulkos Gallery, Kansas City, MO. June-July 1999.

1998

“Perspective: Kansas City”, Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, Curated by Raphael Rubenstein, senior editor Art in America, July - August 1998.
 “Summer Show”, Leedy - Voulkos Gallery, Kansas City, MO. Summer 1998.
“1998 Invitational, 6 Artists”, Leedy-Voulkos Gallery, Kansas City, MO. March - April 1998.
Gallery Artists,  R. Duane Reed Gallery, St Louis

1997

“1997 National Invitational Works on Paper” Invitational, Hilo Campus Center Gallery, University of Hawaii at Hilo, HA. Sepatember- October 1997.
“Works/Drawings on Paper”, Invitational, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, N.Y., September - November, 1997.
“Sumptuous Surfaces, Structured Surfaces”, Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, KS. Three Art artist exhibit curated by Dr. Robert Soppelsa, Director of Mulvane Art Museum. July - August, 1997.
“Summer Invitational”, Leedy Voulkos Gallery, Kansas City, MO. Invitational Group Exhibit. June - August 1997.
“Wild Women Salon”, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.  Invitational Group Show. July - August 1997.

1996

“The Realm of Painting,” Ohio State University, Mansfield campus, Mansfield, OH.  Six-painter exhibit curated by Rebecca Langley, Pearl Conrad Gallery.  November 3,   1996 - December 1, 1996.    
Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, KS.  Washburn University Faculty Show.  October 4 - November 1996.
“Beyond Bounds III:  A Frame of Mind,” Overland Park, KS.  Benefit auction for Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, Bruce Hartman, director.  September 1996.
“Fields of Dreams and Colors,” Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA.  Four-painter exhibit curated by Sarah Lee. September 6 - October 2, 1996.
“Abstract Painting,”  Riverside Arts Center, Riverside (Chicago area), IL.  Two-person show. June 28-July 31, 1996.
“Art of Diversity 2,” An Art Place, Inc., Chicago, IL.  Curated by Suzanna Coffey, painter and professor of painting The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  February 9 - March 8, 1996.

1995

“alizarin to ebony,”  David Levik Gallery, Westport, Kansas City, MO.  August 17-August 11, 1995.
“New Views Invitational,” Roger Guffey Gallery, Federal Reserve Banks of Kansas City, Kansas City, MO.  August 11 - October 6, 1995.
Tustin Renaissance, Tustin (Los Angeles area), CA.  Featured painter in inaugural opening.  July 17 - September 1995.
“End Show,” Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA.  Also open studio exhibit.  August 1995.
“Rivermarket Regional ‘95,” Kansas City Artists Coalition.  Juried/curated by Marti Mayo, Director of Contemporary
“4 Men, 4 Women,”  David Levik Gallery, Kansas City, MO.  Invitational painting exhibit.  March 1995.
“Art of Diversity,” An Art Place, Inc., Chicago, IL.  Curated by Dr. James Yood, Art Criticism Professor at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  Art Critic for New Art Examiner and Art Forum.  January 6 - February 3, 1995.

1994

Washburn University Faculty Show, Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, KS.  October 16 - November 1994.
“Utopian Visions,” New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, New Harmony, IN.Curated by Barry Blinderman, director, Illinois State University Galleries.  October 16 - November 16, 1994.
“New Art Examined ‘94,”  The Gallery Centre (William Engle Gallery, L.B. Walsh Gallery, Stephen Rose Gallery), Indianapolis, IN.  September 23 - October 1994.
An Art Place, Inc., Chicago, IL.  Curated by Robert Loescher, Art Historian and Professor of Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  June 24 - July 22, 1994.
George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA.  Curated by Lisa Messinger, Assistant Curator, Department of 20th Century Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.  Award.  April 10 - May 16, 1994.
Kansas City Artist’s Coalition, Kansas City, MO.  Curated by Donald Doe, Director of Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, KS.  January 7 - January 29, 1994.

1993

David Levik Gallery, Kansas City, MO.  December 1993 - May 1994.
State of the Art Gallery, Ithaca, NY.  National Juried Fine Arts Show, juried and curated by Leslie Schwartz of the Johnson  Museum, Cornell University.  September 1 - October 1, 1993.
Wichita Kansas Art Center, Wichita, KS.  Juried show.  May 7 - June 4, 1993.

1992

Art Department Scholarship Show. University of Kansas. Merit Award Winner.  1992.
Graduate MFA Student Show. University of Kansas. 1992.
Art Department Scholarship Show. University of Kansas. Merit Award Winner.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

College Art Association
Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society
YLEM – artists using science and technology
World Wide Artist Resource – Premiere Portfolio Member
ICA – San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art
CAC – Chicago Artists Coalition

GALLERY AFFILIATIONS: Past and Present:

Current: Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Current: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists Gallery, Sales and Rental Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Current: Art For Business, Art4Business.com, Philadelphia and London
Current: Slate Art, Danielle Fox, Oakland, CA
Current: Jan Casey and Associates, SF, CA
Current: The Second Hanging (Dubaigne Fine Art Ltd.), NY, NY
Current: Ellen wallace, Chicago, IL.
Current: Artwork Network, Denver, Co
Current: Art + Artisans Consulting, Austin, Tx.
Past: Art Rent and Lease, San Diego/Minneapolis
Linda Warren Fine Arts, Chicago, IL
Cathcart Contemporary, San Francisco, CA
Ellen Wallace Fine Arts Consulting, Chicago, IL
Leedy-Voulkos Contemporary Arts, Kansas City, MO.
Shelley Barry, Artful Solutions Consulting, East Bay, San Ramon, CA.
Past: NextMonet.Com, San Francisco, CA
Past: R. Duane Reed Fine Arts, Chicago, IL
Past: R. Duane Reed Fine Arts, St. Louis, Mo.
Past: Urbis Artium, (now Mark Wolfe Contemporary, San Francisco, CA.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Ron Collins, Museum and Board member of Marin MOCA
Thompson and Mitchell, Attorneys at Law, St. Louis, MO
Corporate Skills International, Kansas City, MO
School of Fine Arts, Dept. of Art and Design, University of Kansas, Lawrence KS
Bryan Cave Law Firm, St. Louis, MO
American Kenpo Karate Academy, Lenexa, KS
Topeka Public Library Collection, Topeka, KS
Ramada, Chicago area, IL
McDonall-Douglass Corporate Collection, St. Louis, MO
United Missouri Bank Collection, Oklahoma City, OK
University of Minnesota, Morris
American Century, public collection, Kansas City, MO.
Alpine Bank, Rockford, IL
Eisco Technology, Lincolnshire, IL
Frito-Lay Corporation, San Jose, CA
CSU Stanislaus, University Art Gallery Public Collection, Turlock, CA
Pequot Capital Management, Inc., San Francisco, CA
Seyfarth, Shaw, Fairweather and Geraldson, Attorneys at Law,  Chicago, IL.
Heartland Spine & Specialty Hospital, Kansas City.
Kirkwood and Ellis, Attorneys at Law, San Francisco, CA
New Corporate Location, name unknown at this time, Chicago, IL
Allergan Corporation, Irvine, CA
Corporate Collection, (Name Unknown at this time, office area has 2, and 2 are in corridors)  Mission and 1st Street, San Francisco, CA
Novartis Corporation, East Coast, United States

Bibliography/ News and Press

San Jose Mercury News, (Reprinted) Arnold Explores Language Through Her Art, Review by Khalida Sarwari, January 14, 2015

American Art Collector 2015

Santa Clara Weekly, February 2015, Language Explored in Kathryn Arnold’s Solo Show
by Melissa McKenzie

Saratoga News, Arnold Explores Language Through Her Art, Review by Khalida Sarwari, January 14, 2015

American Art Collector 2014

Visual Art Source, Review by Dewitt Cheng, March 29, 2014, http://www.visualartsource.com/index.php?page=editorial&pcID=26&aID=2177

artbusiness.com, March 6, 2014, photo of my paintings and comments.

artbusiness.com, January 14, 2014, photo of my painting.

Saratoga News, July 2014, photo of art, myself and comments on group exhibition at Triton Museum.

American Art Collector, 2013 Edition.

artbusiness.com, April 4, 2013, scroll down to Sandra Lee Gallery. http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/040413b.html  Photo of my paintings.

artbusiness.com, April 7, 2012, scroll down to Sandra Lee Gallery. Photo of my paintings, photo of me, and brief discussion of my 100! work. http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/040712.html

SF Weekly, June 1 2011, "PLace Your Bets on Who'll Win 'The Abstract' Exhibit by Keith Bowers. http://blogs.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2011/06/place_your_bets_on_wholl_win_t.php

artbusiness.com, June 9, 2011, scroll down to Sandra Lee Gallery, photo of my painting receiving an Honorable Mention. http://artbusiness.com/1open/060911.html

artbusiness.com, April 27, 2011 Photo of my paintings and text mention. UCSF Center. http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/042711.html

SF Gate, San Francisco Chronicle Sunday October 18, 2009 Open Studios Feature Suzy Bernhard and Kathryn Arnold http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/10/18/PK0J1A391E.DTL

American Art Collector, 2007 , 2008. 2009, 2010, 2011 Editions

2010 Interview Neotoric Art http://neotericart.com/2009/11/21/interview-with-kathryn-arnold/#more-617, November 21, 2009

2010 Interview with Paul Shampine http://paulshampine.wordpress.com/2010/07/26/getting-lost/

2011 Interview on 100! with Sarah Williams, Department of Mathematics, Duke University for publication

American Art Collector Western States, 2006 Edition, Juried by California College of the Arts Professors Howard Eige and Oakland Gallery Director Jan Christensen-Heller.

Art Collector West, 2005 Edition, Juried by California College of the Arts Professors

Art of Northern Californiawith forward by Chester Arnold, November 2002. Juried by California College of Arts and Crafts Professors.

Turlock Journal, Art Review by Joe Brekke, "CSUS art display: 'The More You Look, the More You See' ", Thursday, September 16, 1999.

Being Apparent, cover for International Graphoanalysis Catalogue, July 1999, Chicago, IL.

Chicago Tribune, January 21, 1999, Art Reiew by Alan Artner, Tribune Art Critic, “Kathryn Arnold”.

Catalogue, Perspective: Kansas City, July 12 - August 26, 1998. Critical essay by Raphael Rubenstein, senior editor, Art in America

Marquis Who’s Who in the MidWest and Who’s Who in America ,  1997 and1998.

Kansas City Star, August 9, 1998, Sunday. “ A Shift in ‘perspective’ “, Elisabeth Kirsch. Review of “Perspective: Kansas City” exhibit.

PitchWeekly, August 5, 1998. “Pete and Repeat” by Deborah Dickson Campbell. Review of “Perspective: Kansas City” exhibit.

The Independent, August 8, 1998. “Art in Perspective”, Review of “perspective: Kansas City” by Victor Wishnaw, art critic.

Kansas City Star, July 9, 1998. “Art in the Abstract” , Review of “perspectives” exhibit and commentary on Kansas City Art Scene by Raphael Rubenstein, senior art editor of Art in America.

Kansas City Star, February 1999. Review of Leedy-Voulkos Gallery 6 Invited Exhibit. By Alice, Thorson, art critic.

New York Times, October 19,1997, Sunday. Spotlighting Two Shows, A Medley and Drawings” Photograph and name mention.
 
Kansas City Star, May 11,1997. “Art Notes”, St. Louis Exhibit mention.

 Kansas City Star, July 18, 1997. “A variety of summer pleasures”, Review of Leedy Voulkos
Summer Invitational by Elisabeth Kirsch.

 Kansas City Star, July 13, 1997. “Art Notes”, Mulvane Art Museum Exhibit mention.

 “Sumptuous Surfaces, Structured Surfaces”, July 18.1997, Catalogue/Brochure/photographs, documentation and critical writing  for the Mulvane Art Museum Exhibit. Written by Dr. Robert Soppelsa, Director of Mulvane Art Museum.

 The Independent, August 1997, Review of Morgan Gallery “Wild Women” Exhibit.
 August   , 1997, Review of Morgan Gallery “Wild Women Saloon” exhibit by Alice Thorson, Art Critic.

Kansas City Star, September 7, 1997, “Art Notes”, “Top Drawer” exhibit mention, benefit auction for Accessible Arts, a non-profit, funds raised for their work with children with disabilities.

Wyandotte County Daily, September 18, 1997. Review of “Top Drawer Exhibit”, Benefit forAccessible Arts, a non profit working with children with disabilities.

“Art Notes,”  Kansas City Star, Sunday, December 29, 1996.  Las Vegas show mention.

“Art Notes,”  Kansas City Star, Sunday, November 24, 1996.  University of Minnesota, Morris show mention.  Mention of slide presentations/artist talks at UM Morris and St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.  Photograph included.

“Contrasting Artists Presented at UMM Gallery in HFA:  Kathryn Arnold and Curtis Barton demonstrate just two...” by Michael Brewick.  University Registrar, University of Minnesota, Morris, November 7, 1996.

 “Art Notes,”  Kansas City Star, Sunday, November 10, 1996.  Ohio State University “Real of Painting.”  Inclusion in group show mention.

 “Fellowship Winners,” by Alice Thorson, art critic, Kansas City Star, Saturday, September 28, 1996.

“Art Notes,” The Kansas City Star, Sunday, September 7, 1996.  Los Angeles show mention.

“Art Notes,”  The Kansas City Star, Sunday, July 22, 1996.  Out-of-town show mention.

“Forum,”  Kansas City Artist’s Coalition Newsletter, October 1995.  Review by Catherine Anderson.

“Art Notes,”  The Kansas City Star, August 20, 1995.  California, Tustin Renaissance show mention and Contemporary Artists’ Center, MA, award mentioned.

Janet Simpson, executive director of KCAC, “New Views Invitational,”  Brochure.  Roger Guffey Gallery, August 11 - October 6, 1995.

Charles Cowdrick, art critic, “Hot ‘90’s Art From an Overheated Panel,”  Pitch Weekly, July 27 - August 2, 1995.

Alice Thorson, art critic, “Kathryn Arnold shows...control...”  Kansas City Star.  July 14, 1995.  Review.

 Pitch Weekly,  July 6 - July 12, 1995.  Photograph, “Morning Cloud.”

Donya Dickerson, reviewer, “4 Men, 4 Women:  Abstract Painting.”  Kansas City Artist’s Coalition Journal, Summer 1995; commentary on oil painting, “Forest Transport.”

Rivermarket Regional Exhibition Catalogue, June 1995.  Kansas City Artist’s Coalition.  Photograph.  “Integration in Red.”

Debra Peebles, reviewer, “Art, both sexes in abstract,”  Pitch Weekly.  April 6 - 12, 1995, exhibition review.  Commentary on painting, “Forest Transport.”

Kristine Gladsky, contributing reviewer, “’Four Men, Four Women’ views gender in the abstract group,”  The Kansas City Star, March 31, 1995.  Group exhibition review, mention.

Alice Thorson, art critic, “...tantalizing thicket...” and photograph, “10 Cranes.”  The Kansas City Star, June 24, 1994.  Review. 

Pitch Weekly, June 2, 1994, photograph, “Cloud of Cranes.”

The Kansas City Star,  May 13, 1994, photograph, “2 friends.”

The Kansas City Star, May 1994, “Art Notes” award mention.

Lenexa Sun, May 1994.  Exhibition/Artist mention:  “Area artists featured in a variety of local art exhibitions.”

Springfield Art League 75th National Exhibition, Catalog and Historical Notes,  Springfield Art Museum, April - May 1994.  Photograph, “echoes of remembering or remembering of echoes.”

New Orleans Weekend, September 1993.  Photograph, “Hiding or Unseen.”

Recent Exhibits

kathryn arnold participated in these exhibits:

Dec, 2015 Holiday Exhibition
Sandra Lee Gallery
 
Feb, 2015 The Impact of Language
Triton Museum of Art
 
Jan, 2015 2015 New Year Group Exhibition
Sandra Lee Gallery
 
Aug, 2014 Sky Window: Kathryn Arnold Solo Exhibition of Paintings
50 Fremont Salesforce.com Building
 
Jan, 2014 2014 New Year Group Exhibition
Sandra Lee Gallery
 
Jul, 2013 West Valley and Mission College Art Faculty Exhibition
Triton Museum of Art
 
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