An award-winning artist whose work has been exhibited on the national scene, Kathleen Anderson's art and craft background spans six decades. Her art has been exhibited at the Museum of Science and Industry, Art for the Soul Gallery, Worcester Center for Crafts, Circa Now! Gallery, Paper City Art Studios, Louisa Gould Gallery, and Art Works Gallery, and has been juried into prestigious national art shows including the American Craft Council Show, Paradise City Arts Festival, the Berkshires Arts Festival and two Smithsonian Institution Folklife Festivals. Polymer Clay Daily, Preview Massachusetts, MVTimes and American Artwork/Art Collector have all featured her work in their publications. Kathleen handcrafts limited edition and one-of-a-kind adornment pieces for women and men, eyeglass boxes, key fobs, kaleidoscopes and her original HeartBox™. Her work is influenced by Pueblo, Navajo, Asian and West African art traditions, and her process borrows from the glassmaking traditions of millefiori and murrini cane work. Over the last four years she has developed what has become her signature style, the kdg cane.