Kathleen Finney

Kathleen Finney’s process is a building up and tearing down of form and line that is secured by deep muted blues, intense black & translucent white; punctuated by rich jewel tones.

While the work conjures a type of mysterious landscape, they can also be considered aerial observations; incorporating geometric complexities with spontaneous mark-making.

With the use of diverse media, the artist conveys a sense of complex history and illusive memory, without giving way to any specific narrative. This intuitive approach to the surface, while unsettled & mysterious, enables a continuation of an unending visual journey and intellectual examination.

Kathleen is a third generation San Franciscan, who lives and works in the city. She studied at: California College of the Arts, San Francisco Art Institute, and UC Berkeley Extension. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally.

Image featured on this page: Kathleen Finney, untitled, 44″x60″
mixed media on wood panel

Kathleen Finney, untitled

Kathleen Finney, untitled, 44″x60″ mixed media on wood panel

Kathleen Finney, untitled

Kathleen Finney, untitled, 12″x12″ mixed media on wood panel

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Building 104, Studio 1211

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