Deaf Art Collections: Sheldon, Kathryn McGuigan

Kathryn McGuigan Sheldon

Kathryn McGuigan Sheldon, 1943-2014, was a deaf artist who began exhibiting her work in 1963. She was involved in both deaf and hearing education and was an active volunteer in the deaf community. During her life she worked as an art teacher and a journalist, and traveled extensively, all while creating and showing her linocuts. Kathryn had a leading role in “ the Peer Gynt” motion picture.

Title Medium Year Size Acquired Picture
Morning Landing Framed color linocut
on a textured medium
1982 18.5" x
18.5" framed
Gift of Patti Durr


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