Born in 1962, a native of Olivebridge in New York’s Hudson Valley, Kate McGloughlin graduated from the University of Arizona at Tucson with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Drawing & Painting in 1985, where she studied with Bruce McGrew and Robert Colescott. In 1991 she was awarded The Yasuo Kuniyoshi Scholarship to study printmaking with Robert Angeloch at The Woodstock School of Art where she currently teaches Printmaking, Landscape Painting, and is Vice-President of the Board of Directors. McGloughlin has been included in Marquis Who’s Who in American Art since 1999, and Who’s Who in American Women since 2005. She teaches landscape painting and printmaking workshops in Italy, Mexico, Ireland, Spain, Scotland, and the United States, and is represented widely in the US.
She has exhibited at Kiesendahl +Calhoun Contemporary Art, Kleinert James Gallery, Samuel F. Dorsky Museum, Albert Shahinian Gallery, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Attleboro Arts Museum, and many others. Her work is in the collections of Print Club of Albany, Samuel F. Dorsky Museum, Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, and the Springville Museum of Art.