Inkandescent Women interview

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An interview with Hope Katz Gibbs, publisher, in the October issue of InkandescentWomen.com https://inkandescentwomen.com/the-women/kay-stratman/

THE POLLINATOR PROJECT

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                                October 2, 2020  Introducing the POLLINATOR PROJECT (I hope worth the read):    In August 2020 I learned of the  “MONARCH MASSACRE” in Fargo, … Continued

WyoView 2020 – Open. Wild. Connected.

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July 27, 2020  This year I have the privilege to once again participate in the Land Trust of Jackson Hole’s yearly project titled “WyoView”, one of 10 invited artists. This year the full title is WyoVIEW 2020 – OPEN. WILD. … Continued

Hunkered Down

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June 19, 2020  Artist’s schedule before Covid-19 isolating – isolated in studio.  Artist’s schedule during Covid-19 – isolated in studio.  Artists schedule “after” Covid – 19 isolating – isolated in studio.  (“After” is in quotations because, sadly, we aren’t really … Continued

Close to Home – Melody Ranch series

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February 20, 2020  Because I have a legitimate artistic license from a accredited institution (and 42 years of experience) I can alter, embellish, minimalize and exaggerate any image that I decide to paint.  I was recently going through scads of … Continued

A Painting in Progress

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November 20, 2019  Here is a series of photos (please excuse the casual quality) of my most recent mulit-layered painting titled Aspen Gold.  It is an unusual process so I thought you might be interested in the “building blocks” of … Continued

A PLEASANT SURPRISE

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July 29, 2019  First Place Award in the Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Exhibit at the Sublette County (WY) Fair. I entered a few paintings in the Sublette County Fair art show (which is a memorial show for an artist named … Continued

A little secret…

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May 21, 2019 I’ll let you in on a little secret – not every attempt at a painting is successful.  Usually it is.  But there are mishaps along the way.  I have stashed many a painting in a special drawer … Continued