Kathleen Gemberling Adkison — Abstract Expressionism Art

Kathleen Gemberling Adkison (July 5, 1917–2010), was an American abstract painter. Like Jackson Pollock, Adkison worked with her canvas on the floor. She is recognized as among the first female to do so. However, her focus is based on the natural beauty of rocks, trees, tall grasses and other images she perceived from her hikes with her husband.

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