Kathy Tate

Western Art Collector - - STATE OF THE ART: TEXAS -

(254) 968-4275 [email protected]­tate.com www.kathy­tate.com

Sixth-gen­er­a­tion Texan Kathy Tate be­gan draw­ing and painting at an early age and later stud­ied draft­ing and ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign in col­lege. With a love of fam­ily history and antiques, much of her still life work con­tains ob­jects in her col­lec­tion of antiques. Some of these items came with her fam­ily to Texas as mem­bers of Stephen F. Austin’s Old 300 in the early 1800s. Tate’s work also re­flects her love of old and aban­doned home sites and other struc­tures. A re­cent trip to Egypt has also been a ma­jor in­flu­ence in her new­est works.

Up­com­ing shows in­clude the Bosque Arts Cen­ter On­line Fine Art Auc­tion; The Rus­sell Ex­hi­bi­tion and Sale; Look­ing West: An Ex­hi­bi­tion High­light­ing Works by Amer­i­can Women Artists at the Steam­boat Art Mu­seum, in Steam­boat Springs, Colorado; and Minia­tures by the Lake at Coeur d’alene Gal­leries in Idaho. Re­cently Tate’s painting Once Some­one’s Dream was awarded the pres­ti­gious John Steven Jones Award at the Bosque Art Clas­sic.

Her work has been fea­tured in Small Works, Great Won­ders at the Na­tional Cow­boy & Western Her­itage Mu­seum, The Rus­sell Ex­hi­bi­tion & Sale at the C.M. Rus­sell Mu­seum, Briscoe Western Art Mu­seum’s Night of Artists, Moun­tain Oys­ter Club, Oil Painters of America and many shows through­out the U.S.

Kathy Tate, Gone to Texas, oil, 18 x 24"

Kathy Tate, Aban­doned, oil, 16 x 20"

Kathy Tate, Peaches, oil, 14 x 15"

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