A Little About Kathryn

Kathryn’s art is often about nature. Even if she painted a portrait , the painting was inspired by nature. Viewers of her paintings and collages say they have a brightness and light about them. She often defines the small details but still has looseness in the painting process. Kathryn loves color and envisions rich, bright paintings with dark contrasts.

Out to Pasture, Watercolor on Masa Paper

“My first loves are my husband and my children, so the love of painting came much later. I was born into an artistic family of musicians, wood craftsmen, photographers, muralists, jewelers, and fiber & glass artists.”

Event Horizon, Acrylic Collage on Canvas

 

 Dreamer,  Watercolor, 140 lb. cold press

 Kathryn Marks was a recent artist at The Broadway Gallery. She was a member of Columbian Artists Assoc. and participated in Art in the Park at Lake Sacajawea. She was Feature Artist at the Grand Opening of Lord and McCord Artworks. In May 2011, her paintings, “Event Horizon” and “Dreamer” were published in Lower Columbia College literary and arts yearly publication of “The Salal Review”.

She is currently a member of the Conroe Art League in Conroe, Texas and serving on the board as Education Director. At the Conroe Art League Gallery at 127 Simonton Street, she shows her artisan jewelry and her artwork. Kathryn, also, teaches silver clay classes and beginning to intermediate watercolor classes.

Dream Mood, Watercolor, 300 lb. hot press

Kathryn’s watercolors are colorfully created on various papers – Hot and Cold Press Watercolor, Yupo, and Masa. Collages are made with wire, string, cardboard, buttons, tacks, and various odds and ends. Kathryn layers papers for her wall art, 3dimentional boxes, and cupboards. One of her favorite finished artworks is canvas and watercolor miniatures. Her recent collections are acrylic and acrylic watercolor collages uniquely combining acrylic paint with textured watercolor papers.

Ocean Life, Watercolor Collage Box                     

© 2011 by Kathryn Marks. All rights reserved

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7 comments

  1. Cindy Mosher

    Kathy, you are so talented!!! Love your feather pix. They remind me of a patchwork quilt! Beautiful!

  2. Sorry, but no. I’ve made some small ceramic pieces but not sculptures. Love to see what the sculpture is though. Send me a pic if you can!

  3. duff

    hi! any chance you did a cool sculpure in ann arbor about a decade ago called “pretty” consisting of pages from a book?

  4. Thanks, Judy! So wonderful to hear. I plan on placing more art here after the New Year. Been kinda in a lull lately. I’ve enjoyed all your art!

  5. Kathryn.. just beautiful art you do. Wow. Thanks for following me. Judy

  6. Ditto! I love your style! Thanks for sharing your paper dying process.

  7. Thank you for following my blog. I will do the same – your art is so beautiful! 😀

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