Kae Cheatham - Fine Artist

Kae Cheatham

Helena, MT - United States








Kae Cheatham

Helena, MT - United States

Kae Cheatham - Fine Artist

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About Kae Cheatham

I've been a professional photographer since 1987 when I began capturing various equine events and rural activities on film. Traditional 35mm SLRs were my cameras of preference in the 1980s and ’90s, but since 2002 I have embraced the digital era. Now I also create digital paintings and use graphic art techniques on many of my images.
Visit the 'Graphic Arts and Commissioned Works' Gallery for business images.
Read the August 2014 writeup in Today's Visions

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Kae C's images are not in the public domain. The contents of her galleries may not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted, borrowed, duplicated, printed, downloaded, or uploaded in any way without her express written permission. This includes downloading for desktop wallpaper.
Related education:
college classes in O.S.U.'s School of Architecture & Design;
art classes (acrylic and watercolor);
several high-end photography workshops;
studying and reading about all forms of art and photography.

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Digital Abstracts By Artist Kae Cheatham Accepted For Contemporary Setting

Helena, MT - May 18th, 2014

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, Montana, has a very specialized gift shop where artists must pass a jurying to have their work included. The museum features contemporary art, and the gift shop reflects this. Photographer/artist Kae Cheatham has had two of her digital abstracts accepted for the gift shop. They will be available through July 2014. Although Kae’s images were created on a computer, the digital abstracts at the Paris Gibson Square gift shop are not prints, in the normal sense. The images have been printed with a matte finish on industrial aluminum; they are free hanging, with no need for frames or stretchers. The aluminum is twice as thick as many other metal prints. The process uses archival inks, and the colors are vibrant. Because of the unique printing process, the items offered at Paris Gibson Square Museum gift shop are Limited Edition items, complete with certificates of authentication.