You are magical. Your photographs expose the essence of the small things that make nature great!
Bill Morkill, Spokane
Thank you so much for... speaking on resilience and sustainability in the workplace and in our daily lives. Your examples from nature of these traits were inspiring. Your presentation focused on the positive aspects of making changes, necessary from generation to generation, just the way nature does. We must recognize this as leaders and coworkers in the workplace.
Great work! It is informed and intelligent.
Mary Ellen Lewis, Corresponding Secretary, Colorado Business Women
Kathryn Alexander, MA has been recording the essence of nature for over forty years. By making small things important she intends to expose the sacred in Nature, sharing that blessing with you.
Kathryn uses only her iPhone and utilizes recycled and refurbished frames whenever possible. Things that attract her, and have from the beginning, are patterns, trees and their bark, lichen, flowers, and rocks. Nature is what captures her imagination!
Kathryn is a serial entrepreneur, meaning she starts one business after another. One of her early business' was Lamb's End, one of the first weaving and spinning stores in the nation.
She was happy to leave the lengthly process of weaving for the much quicker results in photography. Her love of texture and patten can still be seen in the images she makes today.
She credits her photography with helping in her healing process from stage 3b liver cancer - no chemo, no radiation.
Her trust in science, and the knowledge that everything (including her) is vibration and frequency, meant she chose health instead of ‘fighting’ and is now a vibrant and healthy 70+ troublemaker.
She lives with her daughter, her Shih Tzu – Rowdy, and the very young and feisty cat Sassafras (Sassy). She spends much of her time in Spokane working to stimulate her neighbor’s involvement in their future through her Chairmanship of the Bemiss Neighborhood Council, her representation on the Community Assembly and the chairing of various Community Assembly committees. She ran for Spokane City council in 2017 – and lost.
She is a writer, with three books on Amazon and several blogs, a mystic and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane, a futurist, and a public speaker.
Her work is available in pillows, throws, iPhone cases, bags and other items please contact her if interested. (509) 934-5930
EVENTS-Past and Present
Membership show in Spokane Valley
Three Artists - Three Medium
Showcasing 11 photographic
works by Kathryn Alexander MA, 10 oils by Tracy Wilson, and needlepoint by Georgette Turning.
Art fair with a variety of artists and a variety of medium.