Kathy E. Walker's 12"x24" painting,"Quick Silver"
Welcome to Kathy E. Walker's Fine Art website.
In Kathy E.Walker's horse paintings, she capture the character of the horses as they work, play and interact with people. Her other passion is the west, Native Americans, bulls, buffalo, wildlife, cowboys and rodeo events. Visit Kathy's galleries - One and Two to view her current work!
Kathy also offers acrylic painting lessons -- especially learning how to paint animals. She can do group and one-on-one lessons. Give her a call for details at 602-413-1663.
Kathy E. Walker's paintings are now being represented by:
Adair's of Glendale Fine Art Gallery
7029 N 57th Dr, Glendale, AZ 85301
Kathy is a member of the Sonoran Arts League in Cave Creek, AZ.
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I was recently honored by the Expertise website considering me one of the top ten art teachers in the Phoenix area.
We build some profound relationships with our horses over the years. Whether your horse is young, older or passed away, a portrait of your horse can be a great tribute to that remembrance.
From Belgians to Arabians, Quarter Horses to Thoroughbreds, I have painted many breeds of horses. Give me a call 602.413.1663.
Kathy Walker is now being represented in Prescott, Arizona at the Rancher's Wife store in the Square in Prescott. Come in and see some of her paintings! It's a really great Western decor store.
Kathy Walker has been juried into the Hidden in the Hills Scottsdale Library show with the painting, "Jax".
Kathy Walker was juried into the Surprise, AZ Civic Center Art Show with the painting, "Blue Solace".
If you are in the Phoenix area, come by the WHAM Art Center. I have on-going work exhibited there.
16560 N. Dysart Road, Surprise, AZ 85374
Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Kathy E. Walker just got juried into the International Equine Artist group!
One of Kathy E. Walker 's paintings was chosen to be displayed in Arizona's Capitol building for several months in 2014!