Perfect, with live Brazilian jazz, epicurean delights
Kathryn’s magical realism again creates splendid realities in which everyone yearns to reside.
Color, light, patterns, animals, music, intimate rooms, mystery, romance, and fantasy are interwoven in these masterpieces. These elements imbue Kathryn’s paintings with warmth, welcoming and intriguing the viewer. The connection with animals is as important to Kathryn as it is to Dog & Horse Fine Art: we believe art should be uplifting and move the viewer in a positive way, like listening to the trickle of water in a fountain (or Brazilian music).
“I also try to distill forms – the figure, buildings, trees – down to their very essence. In doing so, I hope to give them an enduring presence and universality. I am interested in transposing the metaphorical into the literal, and I often use both allegory and symbolism to do so.” – Kathryn Freeman.
Kathryn’s career as a painter began when she lived and worked with her uncle, the American landscape painter Robert Jordan, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. She had six exhibitions at Tatistcheff Gallery in New York City from 1983-2003. Freeman has also exhibited in London, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington DC and in Europe.