• Contemplation
  • Hugs
  • Birds Of A Feather
  • Two Hearts
  • Early One Morning
  • Fifty Shades Of Summer
  • Photosynthesis
  • Different Points of View
  • Daisy
  • Sweet Discoveries
  • Into The Blue
  • Tucked Away

Kathy Dolan, SCA, MPAC, PAC, NOAA




Kathy Dolan, MPAC, PAC, SCA


Kathy is an international award winning artist who has exhibited  in juried and group exhibitions in Canada and the US,  and debuted a solo show in 2014 . She has won awards for her pastels, graphite, watercolour, photography, and oil paintings.  Kathy has had her work published in well known art books and magazines, and among her latest achievements are features in ‘Strokes Of Genius’ 9 and 10; publications by North Light Books.  


As an artist, one of Kathy’s goals is to earn signature status- an honour bestowed in different societies and groups that stands for achieving a certain level of consistent excellence.  She currently holds “Master Pastellist” designation with the Pastel Artists Canada (MPAC, PAC), is an elected member of the International Guild of Realism and the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA). She had prior signature membership status with  Northern Ontario Art Association ( N.O.A.A. ) and  is currently a member of the Ingersoll Creative Art Centre.


Kathy loves teaching and has taught numerous workshops in different mediums


Kathy’s works can be found in corporate and private collections in North America and Abroad.

Kathy lives in  Ingersoll, Ontario  with her husband Paul, where she finds plenty of inspiration in her beautiful surroundings. She is preparing for her next solo show which will be held at the Ingersoll Creative Arts Centre in the fall of 2020.  





Art is like happiness. It’s not complete until you share it.


I’ve always felt the need to share my art. I paint not only for self gratification, but also to share in the hope that others will feel the same emotions.  I don’t merely  want you to see what I saw; my goal is that my paintings will  transcend your senses; and you’ll  feel as though you could walk into the painting;  feel the sunlight on your  face, hear the sounds of nature, and perhaps walk a bit deeper into the forest.  By recreating the scene realistically, paying attention to the textures, shapes and colours in the landscape and how the light affects them, I hope that I can achieve this.”







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