business · 08. October 2023
My Journey with Gallery Representation (Part 3)
My personal experience with gallery representation reveals a range of what gallery representation can provide.
business · 08. September 2023
Navigating the Terrain of Gallery Representation (Part 2)
What exactly does gallery representation bring to an artist's career?
business · 28. August 2023
The Reality of Gallery Representation for Artists (Part 1)
Many artists dream of achieving gallery representation, envisioning a glamorous life of paintings sold and paychecks received with ease. But let's be honest—this fantasy is far from the reality for most artists.
business · 07. June 2023
I am very excited to share poet Pattie McCarthy's latest collection of poems, Extraordinary Tides is coming out in October 2023. You can preorder through University of Chicago press (link). My landscape painting, Fog (Belfast Harbor) graces the cover of the book and complements books themes of the language of the sea and the space of the shore line.
Exhibitions  · 02. May 2023
The Best Way to Get Rejected
Tips for picking show opportunities and thoughts about rejection as an artist
Goals · 28. February 2023
Unblocking Creative Block
7 steps to help break creative block
Goals · 27. January 2023
Reflecting on 2022: Five Highlights in a Challenging Year
2022 in review
Exhibitions  · 30. August 2022
Kate Kern Mundie: Rest FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: September 2022 CONTACTS: Kate Mundie 267-456-1851, or Fred Al Nakib 215-922-5155 LOCATION: F.A.N. Gallery, 221 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA WEBSITE: INSTAGRAM: @the_fan_gallery @mundieart Kate Kern Mundie: Rest at F.A.N. Gallery, September 2-30, 2022 During the month of September, F.A.N. Gallery in Philadelphia will present Rest, an exhibition of Kate Kern Mundie’s landscape and still life paintings...
Exhibitions  · 26. August 2022
It Is Solved By Walking
A theme for the next art exhibition emerges.
Style · 10. July 2022
I am painting in Maine again this summer. Last summer, I completed eight paintings in two weeks in Maine and brought home four unfinished paintings to finish in the studio. I never got around to finishing them, so I brought them back to Maine this summer. This summer, I pulled out one of the unfinished paintings and set up in the same location and time of day. This was a complicated scene of wharves and buildings stacked along a tidal river estuary. I thought the painting was largely complete...

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