About

Kathy Roseth
Photo credit: Maimoona Rahim

Artist Bio

Kathy Roseth is a Seattle-based artist and retired low-income housing professional.  She was born in Iran of medical missionary parents and grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wausau, Wisconsin.  She received a bachelor’s degree from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, and two master’s degrees (first English, then business) from the University of Washington in Seattle.

Roseth studied drawing and painting at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, including four years with the Kang-O’Higgins Atelier (graduating 2019) and one year with the Flack Core Drawing Atelier (2020).

Working in oils, Roseth paints still lifes, portraits, figures and landscapes in the realist and Impressionist traditions of Western representational art.  She has exhibited her work in juried shows at regional galleries, art fairs, and senior living properties.

As a member artist at Gallery 110 in Seattle, Roseth is creating a body of work to exhibit in Spring 2023 (https://www.gallery110.com).

Awards and Prizes

2022 City of Kent, Washington, Summer Arts Exhibit Purchase Award, for “Afghan Weaving and Cookpot.”
2021 Edmonds Arts Festival, Edmonds, WA: Second Place, Painting, for “Singing a New Song.”
Best of Gage 2018, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA: Best of Show, and First Place, Portrait, for “Mom and Coya in the Back Seat.”
Best of Gage 2017, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA: First Place, Landscape, for “Sheltering Thicket.”

Juried Exhibits

2022
Recommence, member artist exhibit, Gallery110, Seattle, WA
Kent Summer Art Exhibit, City of Kent, WA
The 2022 CVG Show, Collective Visions Gallery, Bremerton, WA

2021
Homegrown at Gage, Gallery Mack, Seattle, WA
Children 2021, Gallerium Art, Biafarin On-line Exhibitions, Canada (virtual exhibit)
Light at the End of the Tunnel, University House, ERA Living, Seattle, WA
Edmonds Arts Festival, Edmonds, WA
Free for All at the Lakeshore, ERA Living, Renton, WA
Maple Valley Creative Arts Council Art Fest, Maple Valley, WA (virtual exhibit)
Art of the Quarantine, Helen S. Smith Gallery, Green River College, Auburn, WA (virtual exhibit)
Sheltering in the Studio, Ida Culver House, ERA Living, Seattle, WA

2020
Parklane Gallery’s 2020 Winter Show of Miniatures and Small Works, Kirkland, WA
Food Glorious Food, Aljoya, ERA Living, Seattle, WA
Body and Soul, Lakeside, ERA Living, Renton, WA
Strike a Chord, Ida Culver House, ERA Living, Seattle, WA

2019
Mt. Si Artist Guild Small Works Show 2019, Snoqualmie, WA
Arts of the Terrace, City of Mountlake Terrace, WA
Edmonds Arts Festival, Edmonds, WA
Gage Connections, University House, ERA Living, Seattle, WA

2018
Natural Instincts, Aljoya Mercer Island, ERA Living, Mercer Island, WA

2017
Arts of the Terrace, City of Mountlake Terrace
Objects at Rest and In Motion, Ida Culver House, ERA Living, Seattle, WA
Ordinary to the Extraordinary, Ida Culver House, ERA Living, Seattle, WA

Solo Exhibits

2018
Prints and Paintings at Chocolati Cafe Wallingford, Seattle, August 2018
Upstairs at Chocolati Cafe, January 2018

Selected Group Exhibits

2018
KOH Atelier Collection Show, Axis Gallery, Seattle, May – July 2018

2017
Artists of Gage Academy, Frame Up Studios, Seattle, Dec. 2017
KOH Atelier Collection Show, Axis Gallery, Seattle, May 2017
Art for Immigrants, Revolution Café, Seattle, March 2017

Collections

City Art Portable Collection, City of Kent, Washington

Community Service

Board member and Treasurer, Gallery 110, Seattle, WA 2022-  https://www.gallery110.com/
Board member, Path with Art, Seattle, WA., 2017-2019, https://www.pathwithart.org/