(early 20th century)
Kathleen Wilson was active/lived in Arizona. Kathleen Wilson is known for abstract animal and figure sculpture, WPA teacher.
Biography Kathleen Wilson
Known for reductive abstraction, she has work in the collection of the Arizona State Teacher's College and in private collections in Tempe. Her concrete animals have been described as "stout and friendly."
In 1937, she was one of the local artists on the teaching staff of the newly founded Phoenix Federal Art Center, administered by Philip Curtis as part of the WPA, Federal Art Project.
Betsy Fahlman, New Deal Art in Arizona, pp. 26, 28