Kay Homan Biography:
Kay Homan is a life-long artist beginning drawing before she could talk. She was raised on a cattle ranch in Nebraska and resides in the mountains of northern Utah. She has painted professionally for over 40 years using an array of mediums, yet is best know for the detailed realism that she achieves when painting with watercolors.
Kay has been featured in numerous publications such as Southwest Art and Art of the West, and is the recipient of the prestigious National Park Service’s 75th Anniversary Award. Kay was the first woman member of the ‘American Indian & Cowboy Artist Association’ in 1982. To this day she continues to paint the vast subjects of the American West, including wildlife, landscapes, farm animals, scenery, and more. Her artwork often includes a touch of humor, serenity, and depth that has been enjoyed by thousands.
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“Lost Are Found”
watercolor 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
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