Kathy Krantz Fieramosca is an award-winning fine arts painter working in the mediums of watercolor, oil, silverpoint and graphite in a classical manner. Her paintings hang in various private and public collections. Public collections include Montefiore Hospital in New York City and Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Krantz Fieramosca’s interest is currently expanding into the area of education as a teaching artist.
The Charlotte Dunwidde Memorial Award for Traditional 2D Work of Art 2011
The Aileen & Manuel de Torres Award for Still Life 2011
Premier Grant from the Council of Arts and Humanities of Staten Island 2006
The Dr. Ralph Weiler Memorial Prize Fund-1st Place for Drawing 2006
The Margaret Dole Portrait Award 2005
The Charlotte Dunwidde Memorial Award 2005
The Anna Hyatt Huntington Bronze Medal for Watercolor 2003
The National Arts Club, New York City 1994-2011
The Salmagundi Club, New York City 2011
The Broome Street Gallery, New York City 1994-2010
The Art Lab, Staten Island, NY Solo Exhibition “ The Influence of the Masters"
Training and Education:
Staten Island Teaching Artists Institute (SI TAI), Staten Island, New York
Completed training by the Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island, Sundog Theatre, and The Center for Arts Education, designed for working artists to gain skills for classroom instruction and residencies. Participated in model lessons by master teaching artists in all four major disciplines, and in unpacking/reflections of each lesson. Studied lesson plan creation, working in partnership with schools and with teachers, and participated in three internship visits with working teaching artists.
Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, Ohio BFA
School of Visual Arts, NYC; The National Academy of Design, NYC; The Art Students League, NYC; Grand Central Art Academy, NYC; and privately with Daniel E. Greene, Jon deMartin and Michael Aviano, NYC