02.09.09   02:00 PM KATHLEEN  DUNPHY PAINTER click Eddy Calvert Mistral
The End  of the Day
A Late Spring
North Pasture
Alpine Emerald
Fly Fishing
Not Now,Boys
October's Colors
Morning Calm
Up The Coast To Sand Beach
Autumn in Maine
Calm Waters
Big Red
Acadia Birch
Not Quite Dawn
Bright and Sunny
Misty Morning
Summer in the Mountains
Washed Clean
Forest Cathedral
Canon River Snow
Heritage Farm
Among  the  Aspens
September Dusk
Sun and Water
Morning Shine
Evening  Tide
Study for Tumbling
Late Afternoon
Tumbling Down
 
In the mid-1990’s, Kathleen Dunphy started her art career by displaying colored-pencil dog portraits in coffee shops and v...
In 2003, Kathleen designed and built her own studio in the Sierra Nevada foothills of northern California, where the prist...
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  1. 1. 02.09.09 02:00 PM KATHLEEN DUNPHY PAINTER click Eddy Calvert Mistral
  2. 2. The End of the Day
  3. 3. A Late Spring
  4. 4. North Pasture
  5. 5. Alpine Emerald
  6. 6. Fly Fishing
  7. 7. Not Now,Boys
  8. 8. October's Colors
  9. 9. Morning Calm
  10. 10. Up The Coast To Sand Beach
  11. 11. Autumn in Maine
  12. 12. Calm Waters
  13. 13. Big Red
  14. 14. Acadia Birch
  15. 15. Not Quite Dawn
  16. 16. Bright and Sunny
  17. 17. Misty Morning
  18. 18. Summer in the Mountains
  19. 19. Washed Clean
  20. 20. Forest Cathedral
  21. 21. Canon River Snow
  22. 22. Heritage Farm
  23. 23. Among the Aspens
  24. 24. September Dusk
  25. 25. Sun and Water
  26. 26. Morning Shine
  27. 27. Evening Tide
  28. 28. Study for Tumbling
  29. 29. Late Afternoon
  30. 30. Tumbling Down
  31. 32. In the mid-1990’s, Kathleen Dunphy started her art career by displaying colored-pencil dog portraits in coffee shops and veterinary clinics in Eagle River, Alaska. Little did she know that less than a dozen years later, she would be a highly acclaimed oil painter, exhibiting her work in galleries across the United States and garnering awards from some of the top art competitions in the country. Kathleen’s rapid success in the competitive art world was predicted when American Artist Magazine recognized her as one of the Top Ten Emerging Artists in 1998. She is one of those rare people who have true passion, dedication, and a gift for transposing nature’s beauty to the canvas. Kathleen’s early art education included workshops by Kevin MacPherson and Dan Gerhartz. In 2000, Kathleen was awarded a full scholarship at the prestigious Academy of Art College in San Francisco, where she was mentored by artists such as Craig Nelson and Brian Blood. She maintains strong ties to the Academy, where she has been offered a faculty appointment and participates in the annual Alumni Auction. Further study with Scott Christensen and T. Allen Lawson helped hone her skills and refine her own unique style of painting. Kathleen Dunphy
  32. 33. In 2003, Kathleen designed and built her own studio in the Sierra Nevada foothills of northern California, where the pristine setting of her new home provides endless inspiration for her work. Kathleen’s landscape paintings can now be found in galleries from coast to coast, and in 2009, she exhibited her 10th solo show. Her honors and considerable and include important juried shows in California, Texas, Georgia, Arizona, and Maine; Best of Show from The American Impressionist Society; an Award of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America; five California Art Club Gold Medal Shows; six magazine articles, including being featured in Southwest Art's Plein Air issue in 2009; the Federal Duck Stamp Competition; Birds in Art; Arts for the Parks; Grand Prize at the Acadia Invitational Exhibition in Bar Harbor, Maine; and many others. In just twelve years, she has earned an impressive and growing reputation with galleries, private collectors, and art magazines across the United States. In the spirit of passing on the gifts of her artistic abilities, Kathleen began teaching in 2005 and is a much sought-after workshop instructor. Her engaging style of teaching and one-on-one instruction garners high accolades from her student artists. She has also served as a judge for several art competitions. While her current passion is still to paint nature every day and produce a limited number of high quality paintings, she is now working on a book about her process of developing a work of art from field study to finished studio painting
  33. 34. September02,2009 T H E E N D A.C
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