Kay WalkingStick
1935–

Introduction

Kay WalkingStick (born March 2, 1935) is a Native American landscape artist and a member of the Cherokee Nation. Her later landscape paintings, executed in oil paint on wood panels often include patterns based on Southwest American Indian rugs, pottery, and other artworks.

WalkingStick's works are in the collections of many universities and museums, like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Israel Museum, the National Museum of Canada, and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. She is an author and was a professor in the art department at Cornell University, where she taught painting and drawing. She has been accepted into many artist residency programs which gave her time away from teaching duties to paint. WalkingStick won many awards and in 1995 was included in H.W. Janson's History of Art, a standard textbook used by university art departments.

Ms. WalkingStick is an Honorary Vice President of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. www.thenawa.org

Wikidata identifier

Q6380307

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Country of birth

United States

Roles

Artist, painter, pastelist, sculptor

ULAN identifier

500127714

Names

Kay Walkingstick, Kay WalkingStick

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