Kathy Boland is a painter and printmaker from Charleston, WV. Mrs. Boland received her BFA from Marymount College (Tarrytown, NY) in 1961 and studied at the Kingston School of Art (London,UK) during 1958.
In 2001, she was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant in printmaking. More recently in 2011, she was honored by the Charleston Community Music Association for her contribution to art. Finally in 2012, she received an achievement award at the 68th Allied Artist of West Virginia Juried Exhibition Parkersburg, WV.
Mrs. Boland is known for her sketches (oil, watercolor, pastel, mixed media) and prints (etching, woodcut, monotype, dry point) of the colorful gardens and parlor of the Greenbrier Resort. Her presentation of the West Virginia scenery is a recurrent theme, including series such as “The Road Home” and “The Grand Dames of Charleston”.