Kathleen Cobb has an unpretentious impressionistic style that is comforting to the eye and brings to mind the sentimental beauty that can be found only in nature. She shapes intimately earthy compositions with subtle and delicate strokes. With a pallet of muted tones she masterfully develops a flowing movement across the canvas by cleverly finishing the piece with contrasting splashes of rich color. This award winning artist offers her vision of Kansas beauty that reflects her profound connection with the subject. Among the awards she has received throughout her career is the Kansas Artists Postcard Competition Series in 1987, 1995, 1997, and 2007.
She attended Washburn University in Topeka, where she pursued a bachelor’s degree with a double major in Fine Art and Anthropology. She has studied with many notable Kansas artists including Joan Foth, Robert Sudlow, Louis Copt, Phil Starke, Jerry Gaddis, Cally Krallman and Kim Casebeer. She is a member of the Topeka Art Guild and the Holton Area Arts Agency.