Kathleen Lemoine

Bio

Lemoine was born in New Orleans Louisiana, moving at an early age to Baton Rouge Louisiana. The south Louisiana landscape has always been an important theme in her work, be it painting, printmaking or sculpture.

Lemoine has exhibited her work regionally and nationally. Residencies and conferences brought her to North Adams and Provincetown, Massachusetts and Jemez Springs, New Mexico. Honors include a National Endowment of the Arts fellowship as well as grants from the Louisiana Division of the Arts.

Her work has been featured in New American Paintings, Encaustic Works 12, A Biennial International Juried Exhibition in Print and Authentic Visual Voices: Contemporary Paper & Encaustic.

Grants/Fellowships

2001/1998
Mini-Grant Recipient Louisiana Division of the Arts

1986
Fellowship Recipient Southern Arts Federation/ National Endowment for the Arts 

Residencies/Conferences

2011
5th International Encaustic Conference Presenter Provincetown, Massachusetts 

2009
3rd International Encaustic Conference
Beverly, Massachusetts 

2005, 2004, 2003, 2002
Artists & Writers’ Residency Jemez Springs,
New Mexico 

1996
Contemporary Artists Center
Berkshire School of Contemporary Art North Adams, Massachusetts 

Publications 

1995
New American Paintings Volume I, Number III 

Encaustic Works 12
A Biennial International Juried Exhibition in Print Selected by Joanne Mattera 

Authentic Visual Voices: Contemporary Paper & Encaustic by Catherine Nash, M.F.A.