Artist Kathy Weiss

An example of fine art by Kathy Weiss

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The Artist Says:

I love bringing the beauty of nature into your home

Collectors Say:

I simply can’t begin to express my thanks and appreciation for the tulip watercolor you did for me. It’s breathtakingly beautiful. My wife will be so surprised and pleased to get it on our anniversary. You are my favorite artist 🙂 !


My parents were both ad agency pros in NYC for many years. Dad, art director and Mom, writer and sculptor, left the city to raise our family and moved to the country, buying a one-hundred-acre farm in upstate New York that once was a working dairy farm and started an ad agency in our house. We had horses, cats, dogs and even chickens and geese at one point and lived most of our days in the out-of-doors exploring, building forts or riding horses along the country roads and trails. Wildlife roamed everywhere, herds of deer, opossum, skunks, turkey, owls, and occasional black bears pretty much co-existed.
Coming from an artistic family, creative expression in its many forms was always nurtured. I always loved to draw as well as experiment with oil pastels, markers, charcoal and pencil. Although I yearned to major in Art, I was encouraged to obtain a more rounded education. I graduated with a BS in Marketing and Management and put all art endeavors aside to raise a family along with working in the family business which I now co-own with my brother as a second-generation business.
In 2012 my husband and I, now empty nesters, moved to North Carolina to explore a new environment and set up a South East office. It is there, that I rediscovered my love of creative expression and particularly the use of tone and color to communicate in a new language. I am fascinated with how pigment, brush strokes and application techniques can evoke powerful emotions.
My growth as an artist has been never ending ever since. I have studied with Nancy Couick, Yong Chen, and Malcolm Dewey as well as attending numerous workshops. Working with a wide range of materials and substrates from watercolor, and acrylics, to pastels, charcoal, inks and mark [...]

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