Combining classic ideals with contemporary sensibility, Kathryn Kolb seeks out and celebrates abstract design in nature. Her painterly, highly structured compositions reveal the essence of her subjects without overpowering them…The overall impact of her photographs suggests a kind of infinite, dynamic calm. In these intriguing images, you can discover something new with every viewing.
--Jerry Cullum, Senior Editor, Art Papers
Perhaps it is the grace and quietude within her vision, or perhaps it is her sense of line and pattern....That is why Kathryn and her work are so important. She is one of the translators.
--Robert Glenn Ketchum, photographer
Kathryn Kolb Photographs, K2 Press, Atlanta, 2008 (winner International Book Awards 2010)
Why Wilderness? What the Last Remaining Wildlands of the Southeastern Appalachians Mean to the People of the Southeast, The Wilderness Society, Washington, DC, 2004
Georgia's Last Wild Places calendars, Georgia Forestwatch, Ellijay, GA , 2001, 2000,1999 (winner, Print Excellence Awards 2000, 2001)
Trees Calendar; Times 3 graphic design, Atlanta, 1996
Clearcut, The Tragedy of Industrial Forestry, The Sierra Club/Earth Island Press, San Francisco, 1993
I Love You Enough to Let You Go; Printed Matter, Inc. Atlanta, 1990
Ten Artists Ten Years, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA 1986
Can You See Me? Images of Atlanta's Homeless; Marmac Publishing Co. Atlanta 1986