“Like her fascinating flower colleges, Kathryn Adele Schumacher’s work is blossoming into handsome sophisticated compositions made of torn and cut paper from the printed page, which have an unforgettable appeal. As her career continued to develop and mature, this led to an exciting focus on expressing her imagination by utilizing the esteemed ritual of college”
I try constantly and consistently to provide a pleasing continuum for the eye by connecting color, line and texture so that one can “rove” with their eyes while they view and explore my art.
Collages consist primarily of newsprint, cut paper, watercolors, acrylics, pastels and Monotype printing. Cutting and selecting the images and tactile pieces to incorporate into my painting involves an important editing process —which is exciting.
“I must have flowers, always and always” – Claude Monet