The work of artist KathyAnne White, has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the American Folk Art Museum and the Phoenix Airport Museum. The Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution has collected her studio journals.
White is the recipient of a 2009 Artists Project Grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. After being chosen for an Artist Residency in Yosemite National Park, she won the First Place Award in the Yosemite Museum Gallery Show, Yosemite Renaissance XXII and two years following won another award at Yosemite Renaissance XXIV.
KathyAnne has been featured in a variety of arts publications including Fiber Arts, Surface, American Style, Folk Art Magazine, The Metropolitan Spirit, Log Home Design Ideas, Quilting Arts, Scarlet Pink and New Zealand Quilter. In 2001 she was named a “trendsetter” in Art Business News, as an emerging artist. Fiber Arts Design Book #7 includes White’s work and her work appears in several catalogues including, Six Continents of Quilts: The Museum of Arts & Design Collection, 2003 Masterpieces: Spirit and Strength, and Tied Together: Textile Art in the 21st Century.
For more than 30 years KathyAnne has conducted workshops sponsored by professional arts organizations. White’s current national workshops focus on innovative strategies for expanding the digital print to uncommon surfaces. She inspires students to create quality digital prints on alternative surfaces for their artwork.
The innovative ways White uses her alternative digital images in her art assemblages and constructions has won numerous awards along with a loyal audience. Her YouTube Channel shares her art process and ideas. Through the KathyAnne Art website, White creates and sells workshops and tutorials, so others are able to learn and expand their techniques. In 2013 she self published a book “Digital Printing Alternative Surfaces: the definitive source,” that includes over 270 images and specific how-to’s on her alternative surface process.
Currently you will find KathyAnne working with sculpting steel in fiber-like ways.