Kathy Calderwood

b. 1945

Kathy Calderwood is an American postmodern artist. Calderwood links Jung’s idea of archetypal psychology with both realistic and neo-surrealistic sensibilities, in an attempt to create a universal visual mythology. With equal parts of humor, reverence, and honesty, she invents her own symbols of behavior based on real life. Calderwood’s paintings have been exhibited in 27 states, seven European countries, and Japan. Galleries and museums that have featured her work include The Art Institute of Chicago, Los Angeles County Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hirschorn Museum, The Memorial Art Gallery, Charles Rand Penney Collection, The Everson Museum of Art, and American University in DC. Her Archetypes were exhibited at the Florence Biennale in 2011.

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Kathy Calderwood

Donald, 1975

Acrylic on panel

14 x 12.25 in

KCW001

$3,000

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Kathy Calderwood

Skinned Cat, 1974

Acrylic on panel

9.25 x 12.5 in

KCW002

$2,800

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