Artist Kathleen Cammarata paints surrealistic dreamscapes with vibrant colors and dynamic textures. Kathleen's figurative work comes from the strong connection she has with her friends and family. "These representative figures showed up in my paintings one day with the message that connection is incredibly important, especially now," states Kathleen. Having feminine energy as her muse, a softness of familiarity radiates through the canvas. Kathleen has a custom-built, award winning gallery and studio in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. With her studio in the heart of an art capital, inspiration comes easily from the cultured environment. Her work has been showcased in the Boston Globe, Artscope Magazine, and Art New England Magazine.
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About The Artist
My drawings have a similar essence. The paper is embossed, rubbed, punctured and erased. In the abstract drawings, entities enter the picture plane from three sides. The middle ground begs the question: Will these elements join or collide?
The figurative drawings are invented. I have a series called "Body Fictions" which explores the female body in a non-classical manner. Often the material is mixed with traditional pencil drawing.
Montclair State University
Bachelor of Arts, 1971