Kathleen Anderson spent most of her professional life on the Ease Coast before returning home to Kansas to pursue an art career. Over the years, her work has been greatly influenced by the French Impressionists. Working in both oil and watercolor, her subjects include landscapes, architecture, seascapes, flowers and animals.
Kathleen has a BS degree in Education and has studied watercolor with Frank Webb, Barbara Nechis, Tony van Hasselt, Ken Hosmerl, Skip Lawrence and Eric Wiegardt. She also has studied oil painting at the Kansas City Art Institute, the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA, and with notable artists Donna Aldridge of Overland Park, Kansas, and Phil Stark of Tucson, Arizona. She is a member of the Lawrence Art Guild, the Greater Kansas City Art Association (GKCAA) and the Missouri Valley Impressionist Society.
Kathleen has participated in juried art shows in the Washington, D.C. Area and regional shows in Kansas including the GKCAA In Motion show, and Mid-Winter Art Fair at Ward Parkway Center.