KathyAnne White is an artist and author.
The artwork of KathyAnne White has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad. She has participated in shows at Chandler Center for the Arts, Yosemite Museum Gallery, Mesa Contemporary Art Center, Museum of Arts and Design, American Folk Art Museum, La Jolla Fiber Arts, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Lancaster Museum of Art, Kentucky Museum, Obsidian Gallery, Gerbert Herbert Institute of Art, Nickel Art Museum and more.
After a two week residency in Yosemite National Park Ms. White won the First Place Award in the Yosemite Museum Gallery Show — Yosemite Renaissance XXII and two years following won another award at Yosemite Renaissance XXIV.
Oxyacetylene torch cutting 14 gauge steel.
In 2009 the Arizona Commission on the Arts awarded her an Artist Project Grant for her project Expanding the Digital Print to Uncommon Surfaces. This led to her book, Digital Printing Alternative Surfaces: the definitive source.
KathyAnne’s work has been featured in a variety of publications including Surface Design Journal, American Style, Folk Art Magazine, Art Business News, Fiber Arts Design Book 7and more
Ms White’s work is included in the collections of The Phoenix Airport Museum, The Museum of Arts and Design and the American Folk Art Museum both in New York City, First American Discount Corporation Chicago, St. Francis Hospital, Evanston Illinois. The Archives of American Art - Smithsonian Institution - has several of her studio journals in their collection.
For more than 30 years KathyAnne has conducted workshops sponsored by professional arts organizations. She inspires students to imagine the possibilities with digital imaging and their art. White shares her innovative strategies for digital printing and digital image transfers through workshops, written tutorials, her youtube channel and one on one mentoring. The original ways KathyAnne uses her alternative digital images and transfers in her sculpture and assemblages has won her numerous awards along with a loyal audience. Through the KathyAnneArt website artists can access free video and pdf tutorials on her process.
KathyAnne lives in a rural area in northern Arizona where she continues to explore avenues to express her vision.