Zion Morning

Oil

24x36 Inches

Sold

Towers of Zion

Oil

30x24 Inches

$9500



Inventory#: KTI-031

Logan Pass

Oil

18x24 Inches

Sold

Spider Rock

Oil

20x30

$7800



Inventory#: KTI-026

Old Highway 6

Oil

12x18

Sold

Horizontal Pear

Oil

10x24 Inches

Sold

Backlight in Capitol Reef

Oil

9x12 Inches

Sold

Country Road

Oil

20x30 Inches

Sold

Vermillion Wash in Evening

Oil

9x12 Inches

Sold

Afternoon on the Cliffs

Oil

15x30 Inches

Sold

Summer Flowers

Oil

9x12 inches

Sold

Zion in Summer

Oil

18x24 inches

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Departure

Oil

18x24 inches

$5,500



Inventory#: KTI-007

Winter Willows

Oil on linen

20x30 inches

Sold

Looking Down Stream

Oil

18x24 inches

Sold

Poinsettias No. 2

Oil

16x20

$4,500



Inventory#: KTI-003

Kathryn Stats

Kathryn has developed a keen eye for the landscape and nature. She wandered the Utah countryside on her horse until her early twenties.

She studied with artists in the Salt Lake City area on a continuous basis for approximately 20 years and continues to study books on color and landscape painting including Plein Air California Painters, Taos painters, Carlson’s Guide to Landscape painting and the Russian masters, favoring Vasily Polenov.

She also continues to be influenced by other gifted artists including Edgar Payne, Clyde Aspevig, Scott Christensen, Hanson Puthuff, James Reynolds, Matt Smith and Ray Roberts.

Kathryn started out by painting familiar rural landscapes of her childhood, but curious about new subject matter, she began to make road trips to Southern Utah, becoming more and more enthralled with the powerful red rock formations.

Her work is very much her own not really echoing the styles of any of the painters with whom she has studied. Although her rea rock paintings remain among her most coveted compositions, collectors seem to respond positively to any subject she paints.
She has traveled to and painted the coastal areas of California and Oregon as well as locations in Alaska, Russia, Spain, Italy, France and Portugal.

She states “I try not to get too comfortable working in a particular size or subject matter because I feel that comfort leads to staleness. For this reason, I’m always looking for fresh territory.”

The Arizona Republic writes, “Kathryn Stats is a Utah artist whose best landscapes are a complete pleasure. The paint in them is given over to the subject and you know that Stats doesn’t feel the need for any gimmicks to get her point across. Direct, honest, and sensuous, these are the work of a genuine painter.”

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