Kathy Cayer Daigle Paintings
Perspectives and Vision
About Kathy Cayer Daigle
Kathy is originally from Maine, however she has lived in Coteau-du-Lac, Quebec since the early 70s, where her studio and art gallery are situated. She enjoys travelling and takes every opportunity to paint while doing so.
Having had a keen interest in the arts from an early age, the creative process of painting developed in the late 80s when she first met and studied with a well-known local artist. Since that time, Kathy participated in the first Las Vegas Nevada Plein Air Convention. Over many years Kathy took a number of courses in different mediums including sculpture. She studied in Quebec, at Loyola College in Ontario, in the USA at the Scottsdale Artists School in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the Tucson Art Academy. She also participated in workshops with other internationally known artists, including a two-week Plein Air class in Limoux, France. Kathy also qualified to become a certified Paverpol instructor. Though oil painting remains her preferred medium, she has considerably broadened her techniques over the years by working with pastels, acrylics, watercolours, mixed media, portrait sketching, drawing and sculpture.
Plein Air painting is Kathy’s passion and she paints outdoors whenever possible. When she is not out painting, you can find her working in her studio, where she likes to use both colour and brush strokes to interpret a still life or a magnificent view of nature. Her goal is to continue expressing on canvas the passion she feels while painting the beauty she sees all around.