Katie Cornog produces dynamic, colorful, contemporary watercolors with strong graphic compositions in a loose representational style.
Katie has been drawing and painting since childhood. She grew up with a mother and aunt who were painters and a father who was a pathologist. She studied privately as a teenager with local artists, drawing, painting and making silkscreen prints and continued to study drawing and painting in college, while earning a degree in engineering.
For many years, Katie pursued art casually while focusing on a busy engineering career. Art was always a love, but had not had time to emerge as a passion, until a few years ago, when she was able to spend more time painting with watercolors. In her engineering career, specializing in image processing and computer vision she uses math and computers to understand and extract information from images.
She has studied watercolor painting in the Boston area with several teachers, notably Gary Tucker, Marion Hall, Marjorie Glick and Karen Keough. Her work has been exhibited in many Boston area shows. She is a member of Boston North Artists, Newburyport Art Association, Newton Watercolor Society and Medford Arts Center, Inc.