Artist Kathryn Engberg walks us through her creative process and reflects on the value of quiet moments. She leaves us a gentle reminder to slow down and be humble observers.
About the speaker
Kathryn Engberg, a third generation artist in her family, was exposed to art from a very young age. Watching her mother and grandmother paint and spend time in their respective studios was a regular and natural part of her childhood. Early on, she displayed a creative gift for drawing and painting and was fortunate to be enveloped in a cultured, artistic environment that nurtured her extraordinary talent.
In 2016, Kathryn graduated from the Grand Central Atelier in Manhattan. At this renowned school, she was under the tutelage of the internationally acclaimed classical master Jacob Collins and several of his most accomplished students.
Now a principal instructor at the atelier school, Kathryn is known for her exquisite sensitivity of highly refined draftsmanship and classical painting technique. She is a member of Oil Painters of America, the Salmagundi Club, and the recipient of numerous awards, including those from Grand Central Atelier, Art Renewal Center and The Sobart Foundation.
She currently resides in Queens, New York. Her work is represented in galleries across the U.S. and owned by collectors around the world.
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