As a painter and photographer, Kathy produces abstracted images of landscapes and still-life subjects. Her work highlights the extraordinary in things often unnoticed, focusing on textures and play of light. Her oil paintings range in size from 2x3" to much larger pieces. The landscapes are drawn from the changing textures of the Michigan landscape. The still life subjects are up close explorations of composition, light, and color. Her digital images start out as digital photographs and end up as interpretive prints produced with ultrachrome inks on archival quality paper. The prints, most of nature or natural subjects are available as note cards, small prints, and larger, limited-edition prints. The Michigan coastline is a favorite subject for Kathy. The sandy beaches as well as the orchards, fields, and Michigan's changing seasons lend themselves to both mediums. The two mediums have also influenced one another, leading her to create richly layered textures and color in all her work.
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