Updated: Jul 6, 2021
Kathryn is an artist and environmental educator. She has worked for many organizations, developing public education messaging, events, and engagement. She has presented at environmental and conservation conferences in Hawaii & California.
Kathryn with Monstera & Ella dog, in Kahaluu, painting in person near Sunshine Art Gallery.
Her paintings are created through time in nature, meditation, movement practices in observational response to the movement of nature, preliminary drawings, and thin layers of paint to create a glow. The effort, time, care, and energy that goes into each creation is exceptional. She has exhibited and sold in Hawaii and California including in Honolulu Hale with the National Arts Program, Haleiwa Arts Festival and the Sawdust Art Festival.
Commission a Piece
She has created large wave, ocean scene, landscape, and botanical paintings to match the space they are intended to bless. She enjoys developing by matching requested colors, photographs, and sketches.
When Kathryn is not creating artwork she enjoys bodysurfing, ocean swimming, supports an animal sanctuary, teaches dance and mediation, and develops conservation education.
Response to Kathryn's Work
"I have seen your painting in both daylight and nighttime now, and it is utterly gorgeous in both. It was lovely to see you today. We very much enjoyed your visit. With sincere thanks and appreciation for your amazing talent and beautiful spirit."
- P. Pacifica, CA
"You capture plants in such an etherial nature. Almost as if it's the cosmic photoshop, where plants are designed, before they're placed into their actual environment."
- Aaron Honolulu, HI
Kathryn with her colorful oil and acrylic floral and wave paintings in a gallery exhibit