Welcome to my gallery of fine art watercolor paintings and giclee reproductions. I hope you will enjoy browsing through selections of my different series of artwork.
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The Studio Gallery is open for the summer season.
After some sunny, warm and productive paintng time in Florida, I am happy to be back home in Marquette. The STUDIO gallery is open Friday and Saturdays from 10:00 to 5:30 by promise, many days by chance and anytime by appointment (906) 250-8159 and (906)228-9785. Please stop in or send me an email. As always, purchases can be made online through this website.
Street Scene, has been accepted into the AWS exhibition this year. Even with significant international exhibitions and competitions all over the world, our own, American Watercolor Society International Exhibition, still stands out as one of the most significant competitions in the world. What an honor it is to be a part of this exhibition in its significant 150th year. This painting was also juried into the Watercolor USA Exhibition in 2016.
Artist Statement: "Street Scene" is not a typical occurrence we might see in our streets, but in our fast changing and idea exchanging technological world, the melding of East (Origami peace-crane) and west (Raven) is more common all the time.
Hope in the City from the Industrial Evolution Series, has been awarded the High Winds Medal of Honor in the American Watercolor Society (AWS) International 2016 Exhibition.
It has also been chosen for the travel exhibition of forty paintings to tour the USA. Please check out the AWS website for this traveling exhibit near you.
Peace Talks, from the Industrial Evolution Series, is invited to Italy for the 2016 Fabriano in Aquarello International Exhibition.
The folded Origami paper peace-crane is a new twist on my raven. Along with our industrial and technological world exchange, my wish for an exchange of peace looms high.
Walkin' the Line, from the Industrial Evolution Series, was juried into the San Diego Watercolor Society, and is exhibited in their Gallery from October 1-31, 2016. A preview Gala and Awards Ceremony will be held the evening of October 1.
It is a light work, getting its title from a Johnny Cash song. This crow walks down the frost-patterned, frozen street with telephone pole shadows, oblivious to the marks (yellow traffic lane markers) and rules of man.
Migration: Industrial Evolution, from the Industrial Evolution Series, has won an award at the Shenzhen Biennial International Juried Exhibition 2015-2016. Over 3700 works from 73 countries were submitted and the judges voted and selected 29 to be awarded.
The December reception in China was wonderful. I was honored to receive this award.
Timelines on the Silk Road, from the Industrial Evolution Series, won second place in the 35th Annual San Diego Watercolor Society (SDWS) International Exhibition.
This painting was on exhibit at the SDWS Gallery in September 2015. giclee reproductions are available for purchase online.
Industrial Lace (study) was chosen for exhibit in the first ever USA and China exchange exhibition. It will open December 6, 2015, at the Shenzhen Louhu Museum in China.
The painting will then travel to the USA for exhibition at the National Watercolor Society (NWS) Gallery in San Pedro, CA, July 2016.
This Industrial Evolution Series painting Changing American Landscape was accepted into the American Watercolor Society annual International Exhibiton, which opened April 11, 2014 and then toured the United States throughout the year.
This painting has received the Mary Bryan Award and earned Kathleen the highest achievement in the American Watercolor Society, Dolphin Fellow Status.
In 2015, this painting was purchased for a permanent collection in the new Watercolor Museum in Shenzhen, China. Giclee reproductions of this piece are available for purchase online.
Cola Fans: Industrial Evolution, from the Industrial Evolution Series, has been accepted into the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibit (RMNW) at the Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado.
This painting was also exhibited and featured as the catalog cover in Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolor (ANEAW), Old Forge, N.Y. in 2015. This painting was inspired by Kathleen's visit to Qingdao, China.
Have you spotted the coke cans?
This Kathleen Conover painting, "Shadows of a Milltown" was selected as "Best of Show" in the California Watercolor Association (CWA) Exhibit.
The 44th National Exhibiton was held at the Olive Hyde Gallery located in the historic Mission San Jose area of Fremont, original home of the Ohlone Indians. The Gallery's charm and rustic simplicity make it a favorite showcase for Bay Area artists and traveling exhibits.
The painting, "Sunset: Industrial Evolution" was selected from 3000 entries to be exhibited in the Shenzhen, China, Biennial Juried Exhibition. Kathleen attended the prestigious reception December 10, 2013. This exhibit toured China in 2014/2015.
Giclee reproductions are available for purchase online.
The Fine Art Gallery of Kathleen Conover
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