Artist Kathy Cheer’s painting have a global, well-traveled appeal, with wonderful forms and energetic color schemes.
“The subject matter is of a historical as well as contemporary nature. I’ve had some luck with visitors, mostly from Bay Area, the Midwest and even some from Puerto Rico or adjacent islands (hard to tell). I also apply my images to VIDA, a Collection of international women artists whose images appear on clothing, accessories, jewelry, etc. At present, I am creating small size paintings which I then photograph and transfer via iPhoto to my computer. Real fun to see myself looking even better, deeper vibrant color. I have lived, painted and exhibited in Santa Cruz for over 25 years.”
Thank you Julie. I appreciate the flattering comments and giving me additional exposure as it always helps.
Are you the same Kathy Cheer who wrote a letter to the editor of the Santa Cruz Sentinel on 2/1/2022?
Yes, as I found the latest data on homelessness cross country that put Santa Cruz at the top of the list of 48 states, unbelievable and yet not. Santa Cruz. elite leadership have been talking about, held meetings about and made suggestions about doing something for at least 15 years if not longer.. Considering property values here, tourists or potential buyers visiting downtown Pacific Avenue must be shocked by the number of people sleeping about and the tent cities thtt are found on the beaches and accessways to highways and tent city along San Lorenzo River.