Don Kottmann

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Original short description: "American painter"

Don Kottmann is a painter dividing his time between Kansas City, Missouri and Calgary, Alberta. He was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Kottmann uses light, colour, line, paint, relationships and energy – to orchestrate and structure the two dimensional plane and spatial dimension. Kottmann's paintings incorporate dissonance, improvisation, disparate elements, and complex colour and space relationships. Kottmann's paintings seek an unrecognizable location that weave, spark and resonate at a deep interior level.[no citations needed here]


Kottmann holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the University of Kansas and a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Washington. He presently teaches in the Drawing Department of the Alberta College of Art & Design.[1]


In 2016 Kottman had a solo exhibition at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016.[2]


He was awarded a Joan Mitchell Foundation grant in 2014.[3]

Permanent collections

His work in collected in public and corporate collections,[4], and in the Canada Council Art Bank.[5]


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