Kathleen Beausoleil is a visual artist, primarily using oil on canvas or panel and ink to explore human social interaction and the territorial behaviors that operate in crowds.
She received a 2022 Fellowship from the NJ State Council on the Arts. She was a member of The Drawing Center’s Viewing Program and has attended Artist in Residency programs including the Cuttyhunk Island Artist Residency, Chalk Hill Artist Residency, Da Vinchi Art Alliance Residency and the Artist *Forests* Community Residency Program sponsored by the Holter Museum of Art and Helena National Forest.
Kathleen's work is in the permanent collection of The Art Museum of Missoula and private collections throughout the United States. Kathleen taught at the SUNY Empire State’s Studio Semester program. She received her BFA Cum Laude at Syracuse University.
Kathleen is a resident of Fair Haven, New Jersey.