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Opening Reception: New Works by: Kathy Daywalt


  • Friday, March 2, 2018 First Friday, March 2nd, from 6-9pm.

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LOCATION: Gallery C - 540 N Blount St

Please join Charlene Newsom and Kathy Burke Daywalt to celebrate the opening of her newest exhibition. Kathy Daywalt is a working artist with 40 years of experience in a wide variety of mediums. Daywalt’s works have been included in several juried exhibitions & one-person shows. These works are in private collections from New York to California. Daywalt’s use of figurative narratives and patterned compositions is easy to see in this latest exhibition. Kathy Daywalt’s experience with linocut printmaking is also apparent in these new works. She employs artist-made linocut stamps as well as found objects to create her richly textured, patterned paintings. “I find figures to be continually interesting and beautiful. Color is delicious, and textures and patterns are fascinating! These are a few of the reasons I continue to be an artist, continue to push to the edge. This is where figures and other objects, indeed, even landscapes, can become just left or right of center, not quite dead on, a little quirky and evocative. Bold color thrills me – subtle color and nuance draw me in to see what is there. I enjoy the give and take that water media provides – watercolor, gouache, watercolor crayons and water soluble pencils – sometime I tell them what to do. But sometimes, they tell me.” ~Kathy Daywalt