Painting Journeys

“Painting Journeys” with Artist, Kitty Lynne Klich, is an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations Ms. Klich has traveled. The one hour program features Ms. Klich painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

A different destination will be highlighted each show.

Ms. Klich is an Award Winning Artist whose Community Cable Television Show, “Gallery Works” won the 2011 Award of Excellence and Best of Show, in her category, at the Wisconsin Association of PEG Channels Video Festival.

The one hour program is a monthly series with a broad regional/national/international appeal. The show is produced and hosted by Ms. Klich and is taped under the direction of Keary Kautzer, of WSCS, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. It focuses on an intimate view of Ms. Klich’s creative process as she paints, in oils, and speaks of her experiences from the different destinations she has traveled.


Painting Journeys - Journeys End

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The artist, Kitty Lynne Klich wraps up her series, "Painting Journeys" by bringing the viewers home to her favorite place in Sheboygan County, where she resides. Her brush captures the beauty and serenity of North Beach, located on Lake Michigan overlooking the city of Sheboygan as she talks about the area and thanks her viewers and crew with a final farewell.

Painting Journeys - Home on the Mississippi

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A journey down the Mississippi River has many surprises in store for the traveler.

In this episode, the artist Kitty Lynne Klich, shares many of them, but it is the little yellow house on stilts along the bank of the river that touches her artistic soul and is rendered on her canvas during this program.

Painting Journeys - Incoming Tide, Laguna Beach, CA

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On a recent trip to Southern California, the artist, Kitty Lynne Klich, visits Laguna Beach on a beautiful sunny day. The colors in the water and the way the light glistened on the wet rocks begged to be painted. So much scenic splendor, but the artist chose to narrow her focus and capture just a glimpse of the tide coming in.