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    The art of Kathy Ostman-Magnusen. Beautiful women, goddesses, mermaids, dragons,angles and fairies, imprinted on pillows, blankets, t-shirts, mugs, cards, posters, and many other products.

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    About Kathy Ostman-Magnusen

    I am a figurative artist and illustrator. If you check out my website you will see that I am very prolific in oils. I also do sculpture. I illustrated for Hay House Inc.,"Women Who Do Too Much" CARDS taken from Anne Wilson Schaef's book. I illustrated for Neil Davidson, who was considered for the Pulitzer Prize in feature writing, and several other publications. My paintings are collected worldwide.

    Artist Statement:

    I began my career at four years old, in the back seat of my parents car, as they traveled the countryside. I have been exhilarated and tormented by art ever since. I wake up in the morning and go to bed at night thinking about it.
    I paint and sculpt women primarily; in their daily lives; in lives they might be afraid of; and in lives they wish they had. My goal has always remained the same, to hear them breathing and to know the passion I feel in my soul is met by theirs.

    So I sing:

    "Hold me close dear angel
    muster up a little tune
    and rock me like a serpent
    that rises to the moon."

    In every single one of my paintings my objective is to 'know them'. To let each one reveal their own vision or message. I am often astounded as their presence unfolds and I am met with who they are. I then realize that who 'they' are defines me as well. My hope is that my paintings & sculptures relate to you, their audience, and that they give you the message you need for your own heart and soul.

    Sometimes when I paint I realize things about myself. Understanding myself leads me to discovering everyone and everything around me. I have learned that you can heal anything through creativity. Imagination offers never ending paths to where our passions lie. As creatives we need tools to help us to uncover them. They are not as nebulous as one might think or is it that they are completely void of explanation? I embrace the promise that I give to my own self to try to do everything I can to know the hidden longings not yet painted or formed in clay or written with words on paper.

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