"Always Merry and Bright", tiny detail, Kathleen O'Brien

Welcome to Scene Below the Surface, Kathleen O’Brien Studio

Artist, Kathleen O’Brien combines abstract watercolors, drawing and botanicals into collages that appear dimensional and jewelry using antique, vintage and handmade beads.

Kathleen O'Brien Studio blog
Kathleen O'Brien birds of a feather art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien "Summer Atlas" art portolio
Kathleen O'Brien bead jewelry portfolio

Do you need to rest your eyes and soul on cheerful vibrant images that expand your imagination? You are invited to browse art that combines abstract watercolors, drawings and botanicals into collages that appear dimensional. Find delight in jewelry made from rare and unique beads.

Kathleen O'Brien Sacred Geometry art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Realms of Wonder art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Collaged Drawings art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien a short story about being an artist

Come explore. Begin your tour of the studio at Sunwise Farm and Sanctuary by seeing a slide show of the last Open Studio, read about studio activities, look at one of the many art portfolio pages or watch a video produced by Kentucky Educational Television.

Kathleen O'Brien "Talismans" art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Giclee Print portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Card Sets portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Exhibition Announcements
Kathleen O'Brien Step Into the Gardens art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Annual Open Studios ARTTOUR
Kathleen O'Brien "Light of the Earth" art portfolio
Kathleen O'Brien Studio slideshow, statement, CV, review
videos, and links to directories
Kathleen O'Brien products
contact Kathleen O'Brien
events, like Sunwise Open Studio Celebrations and Bread Oven Community

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Talisman for Partnership, necklace by Kathleen O'Brien

  “This kind of layered meaning and symbol is something I’ve come to love and expect from Kathleen’s work, and is much of what keeps me coming back to the same pieces over and over again. Every single color choice, brush-stroke, botanical, found object, and shape is replete with many-tiered significance, making each piece a highly complex web of interconnected meanings. Ask her about any piece and she can begin to unravel its many threads, teasing out the various geometrical, astrological, mathematical, elemental, spiritual, and visual components. In other words, if you’ve ever wanted to get lost in a piece of artwork, seeing Realms of Wonder is the way to do it!”
Mariel Smith, Art Writer

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