Kathleen’s art is a part of Keeping it Wild

By Riverine Herald

AMERICAN-BORN Kathleen Watson is travelling to Echuca to show off her new art exhibition.

Setting up base camp in the Foundry Arts Space on the Murray Esplanade at the Port of Echuca, the exhibition will open its doors on Friday from 6pm.

The exhibition is called Keep It Wild and is open until Sunday, June 11.

It is an exhibition about landscape and wild animals associated with Kathleen’s home country of America.

The artist uses traditional materials of oil and acrylic paint, as well as charcoal to produce beautiful realist imagery.

Kathleen is a self-taught artist who has been painting for six years. Kathleen is also a part-time dance choreographer, who moved to Australia 10 years ago.

She is an artist who loves to paint for the experience of the relaxation and therapies that it provides.

There are a variety of sizes included in the show and all artworks on display will be for sale.

For information on the stunning exhibition, and to read Kathleen’s journey and story, head to kathleenwatsonart.com, or contact Kathleen if you would like information.

Her number is 0458710770.