Kathryn Walker Richardson
Kathryn Richardson believes
the visual arts are capable of inspiring and uplifting
the human spirit and soul. She paints subject matter that “represent
the magnificence of the world—those things worth
remembering.” Kathryn believes a portrait must be
a painting first, standing on its own merits with regard
to composition and the technical strength of its execution.
Kathryn studied at Oklahoma
State University and trained independently with artists
Dennis B. Parker, Daniel Greene, Bettina Steinke, Harley
Brown, and Morgan Weistling. She has also studied at the
Art Students League in New York City and the Cape Cod School
She is a member of the American
Society of Portrait Artists and the Pastel Society of America.
She has served as a board member of the Oklahoma Arts Council.