Mary L. Holden and I collaborated on a Minibuk, "Yavapai" which we introduced at the 26th Annual National Hispanic Women's Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on October 6 & 7th, 2011. It has been reprinted for this special celebration, see above!
Mary presented "Yavapai" to the Arizona Centennial Commission, and the Arizona Historical Advisory Commission, and they have officially approved of our book.
We have been invited to showcase our accomplishments, and have taken a Booth for Statehood Day, February 14, 2012, set up on the House and Senate Lawns at the Capitol Complex.
Mary and I are both Arizona natives and I was born in Prescott, thus the inspiration for the title, "Yavapai."
There will be many wonderful activities on the 14th. The Happy Birthday Arizona Celebration begins at 9am and the USPS First Day Issue Celebration will be on the Main Stage. Performances, birthday cake, legislative events and many other exciting activities will be available to guests.
Kathryn believes that the eye can consume art as food is consumed by the mouth.
“There is a certain heat in my work.
I see paints as salsas, as secret sauces and the canvas as a banquet table,” she said.