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Kathyanne Art images have been designed to be used on almost
any printable surface or for digital media. Purchase images by
downloading individually, by collection, or order a CD.
All Kathyanne Art© designs are for personal use only and
are not to be resold or copied for any other purpose.
The fiber work of artist Kathyanne White, has been exhibited in solo
and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States
White’s work has been shown in the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
in Indiana; the Snyderman Gallery in Philadelphia; the Vale Craft Gallery
in Chicago; the Obsidian Gallery in Tucson, Arizona; the eklecticos Gallery of
Art in Washington, D.C.; and the Nickle Art Museum, in Calgary, Alberta Canada
along with the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, National Taiwan Museum of
Fine Art and the National Museum of History in China.
In New York alone, White’s work has been shown at the Museum of Arts
and Design, the Museum of American Folk Art and the Archives of
American Art of the Smithsonian Institution.
In addition, her artwork is in numerous private, public and corporate collections,
including those of The Museum of Arts and Design, New York City;
The American Folk Art Museum, New York City, the Los Abrigados Resort
in Sedona, Arizona; and the St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois.
White has been featured in a variety of arts publications including Fiber Arts,
Surface, American Style, Folk Art Magazine, The Metropolitan Spirit,
Log Home Design Ideas, Quilting Arts and New Zealand Quilter.
In 2001 Kathyanne White was named a “trendsetter” in Art Business News,
as an emerging artist. Fiber Arts Design Book #7 includes work by Kathyanne
and her work appears in several catalogues including Six Continents of Quilts:
The Museum of Arts & Design Collection,2003 Masterpieces: Spirit and Strength,
and Tied Together: Textile Art in the 21st Century White has taught workshops
in New Zealand and in 2005 she was selected for an artist residency
in Yosemite National Park, California.