Richard Kathmann banner, West Kortright Looking South, August 2016

Richard Kathmann, West Kortright Looking South 08/27/16, acrylic, paper, 7 ½” x 22”, ©2016

Richard Kathmann, the peripatetic, always come home. Home to the family farm and the woods in the western Catskills. From Brooklyn, Chicago, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Medellin, Colombia, Georgia, New Hampshire and Maine.

From street theater to Tamarind’s litho workshop, large scale drawings and intimate paintings, Richard’s marks are like musical notation; nature’s song, observed, abstracted, embraced and very personal. If you can imagine Lois Dodd on one shoulder and Jake Berthot on the other. Richard seems from the East, a green sage, an angel perhaps.

Richard Kirk Mills, “Vision Quest Seven,” Green Kill, Kingston, August 2017



Hanford Mills Museum/InterActions, April 8, 7pm
Joshua J. Cerra, Landscape Architect, Cornell University
Richard Kathmann, visual artist

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This Morning's Walk

Richard Kathmann, This Morning's Walk, oil, linen, 20"x22", ©2008.
Woodstock School of Art Prize, Hudson River Quadricentenial Exhibition, ©2009



Water - Mathews Acequia

Richard Kathmann, Water - Mathews Acequia, oil, birch panel, 9”x9 ¼”, ©2015



ABQ Bosque 1

Richard Kathmann, ABQ Bosque 1, oil, canvas on birch panel, 8 1/4"x15", ©2015



ABQ Bosque 2

Richard Kathmann, ABQ Bosque 2, oil, canvas on birch panel, 11"x15", ©2015



My Woods July

Richard Kathmann, My Woods July, original black-and-white lithograph ©2007, hand-pulled by Tim Sheesley, Corridor Press, limited edition of ten, 30" x 45" on Rives BFK. Signed and documented, 2007. Exhibited widely w/ awards.



Sept. 21 the Lithograph

Richard Kathmann, Sept. 21 the Lithograph, lithograph, 22 1/2" x 22 1/2", limited edition of 10, Rives BFK, hand-pulled by Tim Sheesley, Corridor Press. ©2010, Richard Kathmann. Exhibited The Hyde Collection, Mohawk Hudson Artists 2010, Charles Desmarias, juror, then Deputy Director Brooklyn Museum.



Contact Richard Kathmann: richardkathmann@yahoo.com or call 607.278.6719 (h) or 607.376.4570 (c).

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