Katherine Dolgy Ludwig

TheLittleOneAtTheBigOne, 2008, Watercolor, 10 x 7 inches, 30 x 20 inches, 60 x 40 inches

Katherine Dolgy Ludwig is a Canadian artist in Brooklyn -- watercolorist, oil
painter, printmaker, architect, curator -- in permanent collections at the Pentagon, 
New York Mayor’s Office, London Globe, New York National Arts Club, London
Chelsea Arts, and corporate and private collections in the States, Canada, Hong
Kong, France, and England. She has her BArts and BArchitecture (University of
Toronto), AOCAD (Ontario College of Art and Design), MFA (London Institute), 
taught writing art criticism at OCADU, and won two New York painting
Fellowships, from A.I.R. Gallery, awarded by critics from The Brooklyn Rail, NYU
Tisch, and Art in America, and from freeDimensional. Her art is inspired by
people, place, and sound. 

Dolgy Ludwig’s watercolors about music are critically acclaimed by jurors from
The Brooklyn Rail, Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Arts Club (Best in
Show), and her work has appeared in galleries worldwide including live painting
and music events at Artscape Gibraltar Point, and New York’s LESstudios, 
Soho20, and A.I.R. Gallery. Reviewed in publications such as the New York
Times, New York Daily News, Los Angeles Times, andToronto Globe and Mail, 
her live work with jazz musicians including Ornette Coleman, Charlie Haden, RJ
Avalone, and Tevin Thomas, is performed throughout New York and featured in
reviews by NYU Humanus and Saatchi Editorial. 

During her Fellowship, Mayor Bloomberg chose her skylines to represent New
York. In 2013 her portraiture was accepted to London’s Royal Academy. In 2014
she has a solo show of etchings in Toronto at Rainbow. In January 2015
Katherine Dolgy Ludwig will be curating a group show and writing the
catalogue essay at Ceres for “WhatWePrintAboutWhenWePrintAboutLove.” 

Purchase work in New York at A.I.R. Gallery, and in Canada at the Art Gallery of
Ontario, Art Gallery of Hamilton, and Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island, 
or contact the artist at: www.katherinedolgyludwig.com 

View the artist's exhibition here.