In the News

Kathleen Broaderick's work has created quite a buzz along the Emerald Coast. Check out her latest media coverage.

 
 
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Congratulations to Kathleen Broaderick, who was named the 2018 Visit South Walton Artist of the Year during our Annual Meeting at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa.

This outstanding community program showcases a collection of local artists representing a wide range of mediums. Through this program, the Walton County TDC promotes the destination's thriving arts community while placing the spotlight on one talented artist.

 
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SoWal | Kathleen Broaderick Finds Pure Joy in Art at Chroma

Award-winning Miramar Beach artist Kathleen Broaderick has a right to crow. Her plucky, proud red and blue “Patriot Rooster” painting has enabled her to strut her stuff onto the national art scene. 

 
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SoWal | CHROMA Studio & Gallery by Kathleen Broaderick

Browse Kathleen Broaderick's oil paintings including the recognizable and loved beaches of 30A, fun-loving animals and panoramic landscapes. Kathleen's oil works features bold color and leave a beautiful and lasting impression.

 
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The Walton Sun | Broaderick launches series of art lessons

Santa Rosa Beach artist Kathleen Broaderick has announced her first fall series of intimate art sessions including “sip-and-paint”-style art classes and an intensive two-day oil painting workshop are underway.

 
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The Walton Sun | CHROMA Gallery opens on 30A

Artist Kathleen Broaderick’s work has been getting a lot of notice lately, from being juried in to the Foster Gallery exhibits three times in the past year to now opening her own gallery -- CHROMA.

 
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The Walton Sun | Kathleen Broaderick tapped for MKAF Festival of Arts poster

Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation has tapped a new artist as this year’s Festival of the Arts poster winner.

Kathleen Broaderick is a new face in the local art community, but is seeing a good bit of success.

A member of Walton County’s Cultural Arts Alliance for only one year, she was selected in May as one of the first 13 artists to show their work at the new Foster Gallery at The Market Shops at Sandestin. Her paintings will be up there through August.

 
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Walton Chamber of Commerce | Kathleen Broaderick, Selected for Second Showing at The Foster Gallery

Local artist, Kathleen Broaderick has once again been announced among the artists chosen to display their work in The Foster Gallery in The Market Shops, located at the entrance of Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. Broaderick is one of 15 artists, chosen by jury, who will be exhibiting their work during the fall rotation at the gallery beginning Monday, August 29, 2016, through Saturday, November 19, 2016.

 
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Emerald Coast Magazine | Art Week South Walton

Kathleen Broaderick is among artists whose careers were kick-started by ArtsQuest. She had been an art teacher for many years in Niceville when she elected to take a figure drawing class at Northwest Florida State College. There, she participated in a student art competition and was among three students selected to exhibit her work at the college’s booth at ArtsQuest.

That exposure launched her as a professional artist, and today she enjoys a productive relationship with the Galerie du Soleil in Naples.

 

Northwest Florida Daily News | Self-Portrait: Kathleen Broaderick

In its regular feature “Self-Portrait,” the Daily News “picks the brains” of local artists about their development, their medium and more.

This week, we learn more about Kathleen Broaderick.

"My parents will tell you I was always a crafty kid. But my last semester as a communications major at Florida State University I needed to fill an extra elective slot and took a watercolor class. I’ve been a student of art ever since."

 

30A-TV | The Big Tamale Show

Lauren Cantanese interviews Kathleen Broaderick at the Foster Gallery.

 
 

Artists of 30a | Meet South Walton Artist Kathleen Broaderick

Whether she is painting landscape, wildlife or still life, each stroke is energetic, loose and colorful. Kathleen’s brushwork is somehow energetic and calming at the same time, kind of like a hazy dream you don’t want to forget when you wake up in the morning.