Kay Gammill is a lifetime artist who derives inspiration from nature, color, and light. She has taken art lessons for many years in a variety of media—oil, watercolor, acrylics, stained glass, charcoal and pencil drawing, oil pastels, Chinese ink and wash painting, and pottery. She produces primarily impressionistic works using both brushes and palette knives in oils and acrylics. She attended the Maine Photographic Workshop in black and white photography, the National Gallery of Art Summer Workshops on the Renaissance and Impressionism in Washington, DC, and several workshops conducted by known artists in the eastern United States.
“I love being creative—not only in my painting, but also in my home and garden! I love spending time painting and engaging in many different art forms.”