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At the core of Catherine's painting practice is a profound connection to and curiosity about nature in relationship to the manmade world, and between our lived experience and the greater continuum of time.

Catherine's geologic watercolors present forms and surfaces typically perceived to be solid and static as ephemeral windows—collecting passing moments into layers of unexpected transparency and color.

Process-oriented and experiential, making this work involves a meditative balance of rapt observation, intuitive interpretation, meticulous rendering, and the embrace of happenstance.

In the studio her paintings take a more experimental approach to representing subject and scale, where surface, line and detail are celebrated through combining various materials and media.

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