KATHY LEVINE BIO:
Kathy Levine's art work has been shown frequently in the New York area including a recent one person show at the Arsenal Gallery in the headquarters of the City of New York Parks and Recreation Department in Central Park. In addition, she has exhibited at the Islip Art Museum, Cornell Medical Center, The New York Law School, Soho Center for Visual Artists, the PanAm Building, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts and the Federal Plaza to name a few. Her work is currently on display at Dowling College in Oakdale, New York.
The Who's Who of American Women listed Kathy Levine in their 1997-8 directory. She has also been an artist in residence at the Millay Colony for the Arts, received an artist in residence fellowship at Yellowstone National Park, an honorarium from the Women's Caucus for Art and as a Graduate Fine Arts Fellowship from Pratt Institute where she received her Master of Fine Arts degree. Her work is in many private and corporate collections including Dun and Bradstreet, Wilton, CT., The Federal Reserve Bank, East Rutherford, N.J., The Graphic Chart and Map Company, New York, N.Y., St. Joseph's College, Patchogue, N.Y. and R. M. Volkeswagen, Arlington, Va.
Kathy Levine is also a founding member of C.A.I.R.N. (City Artists in Response to Nature). Founded in 1996, CAIRN is a group of visual artists who explore their individual and collective need to connect with the natural world in a contemporary way.