Kathy Lumsden was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and lived there and in Mobile until moving to the Birmingham area in 1992. She started painting in 2004 and is primarily self-taught.
Ms. Lumsden is a Registered Nurse specializing in critical care and is owner of Lumsden Legal Nurse Consulting. She is married to Scott Lumsden and together they have four children and six grandchildren.
Ms. Lumsden paints exclusively in oils, and her subject matter consists primarily of still life and portraits. She is represented by Jennifer Harwell Art / Gallery and Studio. Her paintings can be found in homes and galleries in Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery, Atlanta and New York City. Her works have been exhibited in the BAA Member’s Shows, solo exhibitions, juried exhibitions, gallery shows in Birmingham and New York, Birmingham Art Walk and in the Birmingham Arts Journal. She is a member of and currently serves as secretary on the board of the Birmingham Art Association.
Birmingham Art Association's Member's Show, Cultural Alliance of Birmingham, May 9, 2008.
Summertime Reflections, Birmingham Art Association Member's Show at What's on Second? Birmingham, Alabama, July 18, 2008.
Birmingham Arts Journal, Volume 5, Issue 2, page 20. Sushi on a Blue Plate. August 1, 2008.
Current...'Random Reflections,' Solo Exhibition of oil paintings by Kathy Lumsden, Sacred Art Gallery, Birmingham, AL, August 15, 2008. Paintings will be on display for 6 weeks.
Upcoming... Birmingham ArtWalk. 2 paintings will be on display at the Birmingham Art Association's booth. September 5 & 6, 2008.
Upcoming...'Small Works, Big Idea.' November 14 - 21, 2008 at APW Gallery in NYC, NY.
Upcoming... Submitted 4 paintings for juried show, ARTview 2008 at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. The exhibition opening is November 6, 2008. I will post an update as soon as I know if the paintings were juried in.
Upcoming... Submitting paintings for juried show "100 YEARS OF DIVERSITY IN BIRMINGHAM ART" BIRMINGHAM ART ASSOCIATION. Exhibit dates: October 17 through December 31, 2008 at Birmingham’s historic Civil Rights Institute, 520 Sixteenth Street North, Birmingham, AL (35203).