Solo Art Exhibition January 2018
Kathy Brady is the Digital & Photography Artist Spotlight winning artist for the month of January 2018. She is a New York based photographer. Self-taught, Kathy’s favorite subjects are animals and nature. She hopes her photographs ignite a deeper appreciation of all the amazing creatures in the world around us.
Kathy’s Solo Art Exhibition will be featured on the website for the entire month of January 2018. The gallery will promote Kathy and her work on the Fusion Art website, individual online press releases to hundreds of outlets, email blasts, in online event calendars, art news websites and through the gallery’s extensive social media outlets. Fusion Art's objective is to promote the Artist Spotlight winning artists, worldwide, to art professionals, gallerists, collectors and buyers.
Please read Kathy's Biography and Artist Statement below as she describes her history, inspiration and process in his own words. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see her exhibition.
If you are interested in purchasing any of these award-winning pieces, or to see more of Kathy's work, please visit her website.
Also, please visit Fusion Art’s YouTube Channel to see Kathy’s Solo Art Exhibition Video.
Thank you to all the artists who participated in the Artist Spotlight competition and congratulations to Kathy and the other Artist Spotlight winning artists.
Kathy Brady Biography
Kathy Brady lives in the Bronx and also has a house in the Catskill Mountains. She has had a lifelong love of photography and her style is simple and natural but passionate. Self-taught, Kathy’s favorite subjects are animals and nature. She enjoys getting to know each creature, up close and personal through the lens, and revealing something deeper in the resulting photo.
Kathy’s photography has won multiple awards and has appeared in physical galleries as well as online exhibits. Her work has been shown at “Fusion Art Palm Springs”, “The Gallery in the Park at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation”, “1650 Gallery” in Los Angeles, “Gallery MC” in New York City, “Colors of Humanity” Art Gallery and “Shoot the Frame’s Shoot the Wild”.
Kathy is a “Wildlife Conservation Society’s Wild View” Top Contributor and has been featured several times. She is also a Curator for “View Bug” and has been featured several times on their Opening Page, their Wall of Fame, and has participated in the “Behind the Lens” series for their blog and social media. She has been a finalist in numerous international contests and is in their top 10% of popular photographers.
Kathy Brady Artist Statement
Kathy Brady lives in the Bronx, where she grew up, but also has a house upstate in the Catskill Mountains, New York. She is a rare middle brained person so she appreciates and understands the practical, logical side of life as well as the beautiful and ethereal world of the artist. Kathy currently works in Connecticut for an investment advisor, Colchester Investment Counsel, and while she enjoys the intensity of the stock market, her artistic side yearns for the creative realm.
Her passion for photography began as a little girl, along with her deep love of animals and nature. She is self-taught and loves pure, natural photos. Her specialty is zooming in on living subjects so their personalities and uniqueness can be better seen by all. She loves all subjects, however, and has photos of people and places too!
She adores the outdoors and her faithful sidekick, a gorgeous German shepherd, enjoys their road trips in search of the amazing wonders out there. When that camera “clicks” and she knows she nailed the shot it is the best feeling in the world for her - to be able to capture a moment in time never again to be seen or re-created…for each photo is unique.
Kathy is a fan of Canon equipment and carries a number of cameras and lenses as long as she has one at hand at all times – as you just never know when an opportunity will present itself. The eye behind the lens matters as much as the subject in front of it. Kathy is greatly inspired by wild animals and loves when they trust her enough to let her take their picture. They seem to sense she will do no harm to them.
Kathy hopes her photographs ignite a deeper appreciation of all the amazing creatures in the world around us.
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