Kathryn Hart’s artworks are underpinned in Humanism and Feminism. She expands works beyond their physicality using shadow, reflection, light, dimension, gesture, line and space. Her spatial installations respond to the unique architecture of their environments. Recent solo shows include Sala d’Exposicions Coll Alas de Gandia (SP); European Cultural Centre, a 58th Venice Biennale event; School of Visual Arts (NYC); Politechnika Krakowska; Howland Cultural Center (NY); Galerie SD Szucha 8 (Warsaw); Andre Zarre Gallery, (NYC); and ArtHaus (Denver). Select group venues include Ateneo de Madrid, Chelsea Art Museum (NYC), Oceanside Museum of Art (CA), Archeological Museum, Gandia, and Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Arts (Las Vegas) and the Myslenice Cultural Center (Poland). Her work has been recognized by curators such as Christiane Paul, The Whitney Museum; Anna Katz, Asst. Curator, MOCA, LA; Harriet Taub, Exec. Dir. of Materials for the Arts, NYC; Chelsea Guerdat, former Dir. Bass Museum of Art; Robert Pincus, contributor to ArtNews and Art In America, and the former LA Times art critic; and William Pohida, art critic.
Hart’s artwork is in the public collections of the Cultural Department of Gandia (Cultura Gandia, SP); Palazzo Michiel Hotel Collection of Locanda ai Santi Apostoli, Venice, IT; AVAPO Mestre Cancer Support Center, Venice; the Truro Center for the Arts at Castlehill (MA), Myslenice Cultural Center, sponsored by the Ministries of Art and Culture of France and Poland; Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Arts, Las Vegas; the Brooklyn Art Library, Brooklyn, NY; and Galeria 33, Ostrow, Poland. Her work is archived in the National Museum of Women in the Arts with the National Association of Women Artists. She has received sponsorships from the European Cultural Center (2019), Ajuntament de Gandia, European Cultural Academy, Council of Europe (2016), the Ministries of Art and Culture of France and Poland (2015, 2014), and the US Embassies (2015). Select awards include the United Nations Harmony for Peace Award (2010); Best of Show, Colorado History Museum (2010), and Best of Mixed Media, Artslant (’14-18)
She has been the subject of articles by Mary Rozzi, founder and creative director, The September Issues Magazine; Amparo Zacares Publications, Salvador Ferrer for Estetica Pedagogica, Diane Root for Gallery&Studio Arts Journal, Ed McCormack, Editor-in-Chief, Gallery&Studio; Byron Coleman, NY Times former art critic; Maurice Taplinger, NYC art critic; and Genie Davis, co-founder Diversions LA. Hart was featured on public TV in Denver Creates, S1 E2 and in Gandia, Valencia Spain
Kathryn Hart holds a B.A., Boston University.; an MBA, U. of Texas at Arlington; and has extended studies in art from the School of Visual Arts, NYC, the European Cultural Academy (Venice), and the City of London Polytechnic.
Hart lives and works in Colorado. Her studio, adjacent to Pike National Forest, is a geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller at the experimental art college, Black Mountain College in North Carolina in 1948.