Kathryn Andrews Fincher
Kathryn Fincher creates meaningful artwork that moves the soul. She is renowned for her paintings of children in the style of Norman Rockwell. Classically trained, her attention to detail and lighting are the source for many international awards and collections. Kathy’s paintings of children were deemed a national treasure when she received a Grammy Award for the Visual Arts by the Save the Arts Foundation. Her painting, The Dream Keepers, was introduced in the Oval Office and later inducted into the permanent collection of the Presidential Library of G.W. Bush. Based on the painting, Fincher designed The Dream Keepers 911 Memorial, the largest children’s memorial featuring seven children restoring the American Dream by shaping the flag with their handprints.
Her most notable work to date is an 8’ bronze monument of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr; I’ve Been to the Mountaintop. Commissioned for Peace Park in Atlanta, Georgia by the National Monuments Foundation. The grand scale work was unveiled in 2023 as the only monument of MLK talking to God.
Fincher’s hope is that the stories in her artwork will turn the viewer to their own children and realize they are gifts from above. Havenlight is proud to release from the personal archives of Kathryn Andrews Fincher, the spirit of childhood through one of America’s favorite children’s painters.