Kathleen Atkins Wilson
Art of the Spirit - Fine Art Gallery
4006 Punta Alta Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Kathleen A. Wilson gives National Panhellenic Council LA Fundraiser Art Show
Saturday, February 1, 2020
The title of the show is "FOUNDATIONS" elements of life which are the true foundation of our commnity. Proceeds in part will fund their mission, "to enhance our local community through partnerships and collaboration."
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2nd Annual Spring Show - Art is in the Air!
Friday, May 31, 2019
Art is in the Air this Spring! New artworks have sprung up from the studio of Kathleen A. Wilson which will refresh and renew your spirit. This is a rare opportunity purchase and support your love of art and artists. Her classic and new art is in the air, come refresh. This is the second show of the four seasons of 2019.
Art that Honors Black History
Friday, February 22, 2019
This will be our 2nd Annual Winter Art Show and Sale. It is located at the lovely studio/gallery of Kathleen.
"We love to help you to experience and acquire artistic visions of the values you hold dear." This is the first show of the four seasons of 2019.
Culver City Art Show
So happy to return to this fine art show along the promenade of the Arch Light, Main Street and the iconic Culver City Hotel. Hope you can come to support and acquire something special from the Art of the Sprit Gallery and the other exhibiting artists. I'd love to see you there!
SAVE THE DATE!
The Kathleen Wilson Gallery
is pleased to announce our
"Spring Art Print Show"
See new works and enjoy adding
life affirming art to your atmosphere!
VISUAL VOICE - RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM
June 17, 2016 - October 5, 2016
The Riverside Art Museum (RAM) is proud to announce Visual Voice, co-curated by artists Bernard Stanley Hoyes and Charles Bibbs, with the assistance of Lisa Henry, running June 17 – October 5, 2016, with a free, open-to-the-public Opening Reception on Friday, June 17, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Visual Voice covers Southern California Black artists’ ascent to the mainstream. Beginning with the Black art scene in LA in the '80s and '90s, Visual Voice will be composed of two segments: Influential Masters and Independent Trendsetters. This exhibit will shed light on the continuity from Masters to Trendsetters as they set a national trend towards self-validation and reshaped how artists worked, exhibited, traded, and collaborated. Not waiting for the world to catch up, these artists began manufacturing, publishing, and distributing masterful works of art using modern media and business practices.
“Working as an independent visual artist,” says co-curator Charles Bibbs, “I saw this exhibition as an opportunity to tell the stories of other artists who achieved their individual goals to become successful, regardless of the odds against them, and give voice to the silent majority of artists who achieved when others said they didn’t have the qualifications or standards of education to qualify as being a ‘successful’ visual artist.”
This full-scale museum presentation will bring together 19 artists (Ernie Barnes, Varnette P. Honeywood, Bernard Stanley Hoyes, Charles Bibbs, Nathaniel Bustion, Synthia Saint James, Kathleen Atkins Wilson, Kenneth Gatewood, Charles Dickson, Joseph Beckles, Charles White, Samella Lewis, William Pajaud, Richard Mayhew, Artis Lane, Jacob Lawrence, Noah Purifoy, Barbara Wesson, and John Outterbridge) who played an integral role in what will be recognized as the first full African American Art Movement coming out of Southern California during the last three decades of the 20th century.
“The Riverside Art Museum has been instrumental in bringing this exhibition to fruition,” says Bibbs, “and Bernard (Hoyes) worked tireless with them to present an artistic showcase deserving of national recognition. We thank and praise the leadership and staff at RAM for their vision, foresight, and assistance.”
ART OF THE SPIRIT "MYTH TO REALITY"
August 16, 2015 - December 31, 2015
The Museum of African American Art, inside Macy's, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Mall, 3rd floor entrance, has mounted a spectacular exhibition featuring the beautiful art works of international fine artist Kathleen Atkins Wilson. This in celebration of their 40th year anniversary.
IF YOU WERE UNABLE TO SEE IT,
HERE ARE A FEW TESTIMONIALS!
Thank you for sharing your beautiful vision. These pictures are incrediable and depict complex images that do speak to the spirit.
Your work is truly inspirational! L. Perry
It was such a honor to view such beautiful art. My soul feels so set free and my mind feels so at ease. What Glory - What Honor - What a Wonder Miracle. C. Ross
To say that I liked a particular painting as opposed to another would almost be like choosing between children. Just seeing this great art is and was a true pleasure. W. Houston
This has been an eye and mind awakening. Afterwards, I'm reminded that there's much more going on. J. Robinson
This is a spiritual uplift to the soul of the earth.
Life affirming! The artist loves and cherishes mother earth. Benita
Inspirational! Art that makes you think and create peace. M. Herring
Extremely Vivid Colors - very heart warming and spiritual. Please Dear Lord, guide more people to this exhibit! SNG
A MIGHTY COLLABORATION
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ART ON MONDAY TO RETURN
Kathleen A. Wilson will resume the weekly email gallery October, 2016 She's excited to exhibit her new works to inspire and enrich your collection. If you're not on our list, please send us your email address with permission.
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