Kate Anderson received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1982. Collaborative works created by Kate and her husband, Ken, have been included in exhibitions at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the SOFA Chicago Exposition in Illinois, the LaGrange National XVIII Biennial at the Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum in North Carolina, and the Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Her individual work has been shown at the River Market Regional Exhibition in Kansas City, Missouri, the 51st Annual Juried Exhibition at the Sioux City Art Center in Iowa, and at the Locus Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri. Boatman?s National Bank, Millikin University in Illinois, and Emerson Electric are just few of the public and corporate collections which have her work in their collections. Anderson has been creating works of her own for the past seventeen years and in collaboration with her husband for the past six years. She is now director of R. Duane Reed Gallery of St. Louis, Missouri. In 1972 Ken Anderson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in painting from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He received his Masters of Fine Arts degree in painting two years later at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois. He is now a full professor in the Art and Art History Department at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. He and his wife, Kate, have exhibited their collaborated works in museums, galleries, and art centers throughout the United States. Ken has created his own work for the past 25 years. It has only been in the past six years that he and his wife have joined creative forces. Anderson?s solo exhibitions include the Chicago International Art Exposition; Munson Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Gallery West in Los Angeles, California; and Timothy Burns Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri. The St. Louis Art Museum, the Seven-Up Corporation, the University of Missouri in St. Louis, and Millikin University in Illinois are among the public and corporate collections which include Anderson?s works in their permanent collections.