2022 06 11
Kathy Anderson: From there to here
Smith library & dining gallery
E V E N T

D A T E

June 11, 2022

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM | lecture
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM | lunch

L O C A T I O N

Smith library & dining gallery

S P O N S O R S

Salmagundi Library Committee

A D M I S S I O N

Open to the public; up to 25 people
Eventbrite tickets required

$10 | General admission
Free | Salmagundi members with promo code
Salmagundi members will receive their promo code via email for free admission. The promo code may also be requested by emailing info@salmagundi.org


Ticket price covers the lecture only.
Ticketholders may reserve for lunch by making a reservation via our Member Dining page with the message “Library Talk Lunch”.

A B O U T   T H E   E V E N T

Salmagundi artist member Kathy Anderson would like to take you on a short journey through her career. She will be talking about her influences, risk-taking, and growth as an artist using a combination of Powerpoint and paintings.

Join us for her lecture in Salmagundi’s Smith library and then for lunch in our dining room!

A B O U T   T H E   S P E A K E R

Kathy Anderson is best known for her unique interpretation of flowers and gardens, and intimate scenes of landscape. Working in oils and painting mostly from life, her focus is on a strong design and movement in the painting, keeping the subject as naturally as you would find it. Her style is representational, but goes a step further into reality, often depicting weeds in the garden, flowers past their prime, etc.

Kathy has been included in many prestigious private collections, is a master signature member of Oil Painters of America, an artist member of the Salmagundi Club NY, and is in the permanent collection of the National Arts Club, NYC. She teaches workshops in the US and abroad and has three popular videos.

She was lucky to be able to call two of our greatest contemporary artists as personal friends, Richard Schmid and Everett Raymond Kinstler; both sadly deceased. She has spent countless years with each of them, soaking up their wisdom and life stories.

I see paintings everywhere- every flower, rock, tree, dapple of light, sparkling waterfall –there’s no end to subject matter for an artist when your eyes are always open.