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 Kay Mott  (1907 - )

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Lived/Active: New Mexico/Kansas      Known for: painting, graphic art

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Kay Mott (1907-   ) was a Santa Fe based painter and graphic artist.  Originally from Leavenworth, Kansas she settled in New Mexico in 1934. 

A member of Artists Equity Association, Santa Fe chapter where she served as vice-president, she received her art education at the University of Kansas School of Architecture; the Broadmoor Art Academy in Colorado Springs; studies with Frederick Taubes in El Paso in 1951; Roderick Mead in Carlsbad, New Mexico from 1949 to 1952; Katherine Schlater, Randall Davey and John Skolle in Santa Fe.

During her career Mott exhibited at the Museum of New Mexico, 1952-56, 1958, 1960; Museum of New Mexico Travelling Shows, 1955, 1958; Sun Carnival Art Show, El Paso, 1960; Lions Club Show, Chicago, 1960; Gallery Five, Santa Fe, 1960; Artists Equity Association Regional Show, Colorado Springs, 1961; Newman Galleries, Philadelphia, 1961; El Paso Art Association Sun Carnival Exhibit, 1962; Santa Fe Invitational Exhibition, 1963; Talcott Library, East Northfield, Massachusetts, 1963 (one man show); Biennial Exhibition for New Mexico Artists, 1963.

Works by Kay Mott are in the permanent collection of the Museum of New Mexico.

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