"Combining birds and flowers for this special show depicting a rebirth of the earth was a joy for me."

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Kathy Anderson

"I was very shy as a child and immersed myself in nature and with animals, spending a lot of time at my Grandmother’s house in what was then the country out East on Long Island, NY. From this, and my mother’s beautiful gardens that she tended with love, my lifelong passion for these subjects has evolved. Combining birds and flowers for this special show depicting a rebirth of the earth was a joy for me."

Kathy Anderson is known for her beautiful garden landscapes and intimate glimpses of nature. She has the ability to see and translate the colors of the natural world to canvas with sensitivity that few possess. 

Oil Painters of America – Master Signature Member
Allied Artists – Signature Member
National Arts Club – Exhibiting Artist Member, In the permanent collection
Connecticut Watercolor Society – Signature Member
Putney Painters with Richard Schmid, Putney Vermont – Charter Member
Salmagundi Club – Artist Member
Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters
2015-2017 Plein Air Convention – Faculty
2017 Portrait Society, Atlanta - Faculty

Selected Exhibitions:
American Masters Invitational, Salmagundi Club
Laumeister Art Center, Bennington, Vt., Tribute to Richard Schmid Show, Sept. 2018
Legacy Gallery, Bozeman – August 2017 Two Person Show
Pierce Gallery, Nantucket, 2016, Solo Show
Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK 2015

Recent Awards:
2019 Second Place, Masters Division, Virtuosos of OPA
2018 Salmagundi Club, 2018 Fall Auction, Edwin H. Blashfield Award
2018 Oil Painters of America National Exhibition – Donors’ Award of Excellence
2018 Fine Art Connoisseur Award of Excellence – Windows to the Divine Show
2018 Third Place - National Arts Club Exhibiting Artist Member Show
2017 President’s Award – National Arts Club Exhibiting Artist Member Show
2017 1st Place Still Life - Salmagundi Club, Still Life in Color Show

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News & Press

June 3, 2020


As the snow recedes off south-facing buttes and low-lying flats, Indian potatoes and sagebrush buttercups are starting to bloom. While the human residents of Jackson Hole are isolated and distressed, the ecological processes of spring are proceeding as normal, unaware of our plight. It is this sentiment that, in part, gave rise to Turner Fine Art’s coming exhibition, “While We Were Still … Flowers Bloomed.”