My work is created from an intersection of dreaming, mythology, spirit, color and the creative impulse. Currently the images I create concern the loss of beauty, health and balance in the natural world. Changing global events are causing changes in the way I work, which I am still exploring. Our collective dreams and nightmares are right in front of our eyes each day, this is reflected in my images, some sad, some about beauty fading away. And some are simply colorful dreams, and visions. My primary medium of expression is currently monotypes, collagraph, relief, poly-litho, chine colle.

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Artist Image #1
The Age of Kali, monotype, collage, 2019
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Water Guardian, poly-litho, collagraph, chine colle
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Dream Shadow, monotype, collage, prismacolor, 2022
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Last of the Dryads, monotype, linocut, collage, 2022
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Disintegrate, Dismember, Divergence, monotype, collage, 2020
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Dream Flow, monotype, collage, 2022
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Queen of the Nagas, collagraph, linocut, 2020
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Conglomeration, monotype, linocut, collage, 2020
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Spring, monotype, 2022
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
United States

Kathleen Thoma has been a practicing artist since 1983, and a fine art printmaker since 2000. Working mostly with monotypes, she also uses chine colle, collagraph and relief printmaking techniques.
From 2005-2013, she was a founding member of West Cove Studio and Gallery, a printmaking co-operative in West Haven, CT. While at West Cove, she assisted with gallery promotion, printmaking demonstrations, gallery sitting, and open studio events. She also taught expressive art classes in Montreal, Canada, New England to adults and children.
Originally from the East Coast, Kathleen Thoma relocated a number of times until her current location in Rancho Santa Margarita CA. Her work is in private collections in the USA and Canada.

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