Kat Green is an artist who lives and works in a sunny studio in the high-desert of Joshua Tree, CA.

 

Her paintings are expressionist in nature and focus on the idea of impermanence relative to life and relationships. There is usually no literal narrative in the work, but rather the paintings are about flux: a natural evolution that results from the passage of time and the ever-changing nature of life. She is drawn to the seemingly imperfect, unearthing and embracing subtle details to beckon the viewer to explore the work more closely. This wabi-sabi approach is central to her life and art making.

 

In addition to painting, Kat is also an illustrator, workshop instructor and co-creator/curator/operator of the Tumbleweed Art Co. – a rolling small works art gallery in a vintage ’72 Winnebago.


 Sleep Becomes Thin  -  60 x 48 mixed media on canvas - diptych




The Tumbleweed Art Co. - a small works gallery rolling around the high-desert in a vintage '72 Winnebago.

 

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