In her painting, Spirits of the House, Kat Kinnick surrounds herself with elements from her life in the northern New Mexico landscape, to the folk art she grew up with, and the Navajo rugs she helps restore at a studio in Albuquerque, following in the footsteps of her parents. And then, there are the animals, from an inscrutable cat to a symbolic black wolf that came to her in a dream.

 

As multidisciplinary artist, Kinnick brings animals into all her work – in cobalt blue on her ceramic dinnerware, and full color as in her gouache, Omen – a Cuckoo Flew, and fanciful studies like A Friend, drawn with marker.

 

Excerpt from Western Art Collector

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