Biography

Katherine Noble Churchill was born in Maine and currently resides in Bar Harbor.  She graduated with a B.S. degree in Pre-Veterinary Science from University of Maine at Orono, which included many elective art courses.  She continues to study drawing, painting and color theory independently, through artist workshops, and occasionally teaches small groups & private lessons.  Her colorful work is inspired by views & animals of Mount Desert Island, Acadia National Park and experiences across the US and abroad.  She has experience with dressage & eventing horses and is a member of the American Academy of Equine Art.

Education

B.S., Pre-veterinary Science, University of Maine at Orono, 1997

A.S., Equine Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1994

Exhibitions

COLLECT, selection in the Maine College of Art juried show, 2020

Ongoing Exhibit, McKay’s Public House, Bar Harbor, ME, 2016-2021

Shaw Gallery Open Invitational, Northeast Harbor, ME, 2011-2020

2-Person exhibit, Northeast Harbor Library 2019

SPCA Featured Painting at Annual Benefit 2019

3-Person Exhibit, Jesup Library, Bar Harbor, ME, 2018

ArtWorks! Juried Land & Garden Preserve Show, Mount Desert, ME, 2015, 2017

2-Person Exhibit, Equine & Art History of MDI, North East Harbor Library, 2016

Maine Farmland Trust Gallery Juried Benefit Show, Belfast, ME, 2015

The Salty Dog Gallery, Southwest Harbor, ME, featured artist, 2015

Asticou Connection Gallery, Bar Harbor, ME, 2012-2015

Featured Poster Image, Acadia Night Sky Festival, 2015

2-Person exhibit, Northeast Harbor Library, 2014

Art Meets Science, MDI Biological Laboratory, ME, 2013, 2014

Solo exhibit, Bar Harbor Savings & Loan Bank, Bar Harbor, ME, 2012