Kate Kern Mundie is landscape painter in the tradition of American Realism. Her paintings often depict moments of beauty in urban streets, rural landscape, or secluded interiors. Kate Kern Mundie’s paintings are reminiscent of the famed Ashcan School, although she offers a fresh interpretation and a slightly more romantic expression.
Kate Kern Mundie’s artwork is in the collection of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and numerous private collections. She is the winner 2003-2004 and 2006-2007 Fred & Naomi Hazell Faculty Fellowship from the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial. Mundie’s paintings can also be seen in the 2010 James L. Brooks movie, How Do You Know.
Kate Kern Mundie is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where she studied
printmaking and painting, and the University of Pennsylvania where she received her B.F.A. magna cum laude. Kate lives in Philadelphia with her husband and fellow artist, James Mundie, and their sons Declan and Aidan.
Kate Kern Mundie is represented by F.A.N. Gallery.