In her forty years as an artist, Kay WalkingStick has exhibited around the world. Her paintings take a broad view of what constitutes Native American Art. Her goal being to paint about whom she is — a 20th and 21st century artist and Native American. Many of her paintings are based on sketches, which she made in her extensive travels while on teaching and lecturing assignments in the American southwest and in Italy. She retired from Cornell in 2005 and now lives and works in Jackson Heights, New York. WalkingStick exhibits her work at the June Kelly Gallery in New York City. WalkingStick received a B.F.A. from Arcadia University in 1959 and an M.F.A. from the Pratt Institute in 1975.
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