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Kathleen Kemly
(Seattle, WA)
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Dancer, Gouache and chalk on paper, 35" x 24"

Ever since I was a child, I have been compelled to draw people. Throughout my life, I have kept up the practice of drawing friends, family and strangers in my sketchbook. I love to catch someone in an unconscious moment, so much can be learned from a gesture or expression. As an artist and painter, I return over and over again to the figure. When I am drawing, I lose myself in the landscape of the model's form and have a particular interest in bringing out the character of the person.
There is nothing more compelling to us than the human form, we recognize ourselves in other's humanity and see the beauty there.

"Humanity, take a good look at yourself. Inside you've got heaven and earth, and all of creation. You're a world- everything is hidden in you."
-Hildegard von Bingen


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