Kathy Wardle


Title: Sculpting Public Artist
Company: Kathy Wardle
Location: Brighton, Colorado, United States

Kathy Wardle, Sculpting Public Artist at Kathy Wardle, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in sculpting.

At the age of four, Ms. Wardle recalls playing with dough and sculpting it into whatever her young heart desired. She knew from a young age that she wanted to be an artist and has fulfilled her lifelong dream, flourishing as a sculpting public artist since 2007. A figurative sculptor creating sculpture and teaching three-dimensional design, she has excelled as an artist for galleries for 30 years and a large bronze artist for nearly 10 years. She has created large bronze statues and public art pieces, often commissioned by communities, corporations and individuals alike.

Finding great success throughout the course of her career, Ms. Wardle was the recipient of a People’s Choice Award in 2017 and 2018, as well as the Sculpture on Loan Program “Master of Arts” Award of Excellence in 2016. Earlier, she took home the Founders Choice Award from the Women Artists of the West National Exhibit and was named an Outstanding Senior Woman by Miss Creativity, Associated Women Students. Ms. Wardle attributes her success to her enjoyment of working with people who have a vision for the community, business or private collection and are looking for a professional who will work to bring their dream to reality.

Ms. Wardle earned a Bachelor of Arts in mass media from Colorado State University in 1973 before beginning her career as an art teacher. She later worked for several schools prior to becoming an adjunct professor at the University of Northern Colorado, where she taught digital design. The schools she taught at included Jefferson County R-I School District, Arvada Middle School, Adams Twelve Five-Star School District and Northglenn High School. In 2005, Ms. Wardle achieved a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Northern Colorado. Two years later, she retired from art education and continued her professional efforts as a full-time artist. Presently, Ms. Wardle maintains affiliation with the National Sculpture Society, Women Artists of the West, Marine Artist of America, American Society of Marine Artists and Plein Air Artists of Colorado.

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