"My art is about relationships, usually to the environment or pressing issues. I want my collectors to engage in meaningful conversations with friends and family. My art becomes a portal to engagement. “Scorched Earth”, was inspired by crows out my window stealing seagull eggs, crying ”Mine, Mine."
Kathy Fox Weinberg (aka KFox) is a painter and instructor residing in Grand Marais, MN. Her impressionistic work explores the intersection of art and landscape. Largely self-taught, Fox studies with celebrated artists including Pettis, Parusch, Bickford, Vloothuis, Gabor, Edmondson, Medina, Belvo, Sherman and Pacquet.
The vistas of the Boreal Forests and Lake Superior are often her subjects. Fox is the founder of the North Shore Artists League and is active with the Grand Marais Art Colony, Minnesota Outdoor Painters and a Signature Member of the Oil Painters of America.
Galleries: Yellow Bird in Grand Marais and Duluth
Online at: www.KFoxArt.com
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist