Tag Archives: color

Riding the Culver Line Dream

This is the core lineup of proposed art for the subway, with a few deviations. Would love to see them transformed into windows and windscreens. And, hey, you never know. © Cat Rutgers 2016

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Colorfields and Folds (Ever More Art for Music)

Lately, I’ve been working on proposals, a process that is both demanding and inspiring. It begins with reading the instructions on exactly what to include and how to include it, and I often find it tricky to make the necessary … Continue reading

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SOTVC: The Violet and Green Edition

Over the years, I’ve had various tag lines for my artwork. They were kind of like corporate names, if you can envision a company that is involved with absolutely nothing but making art or writing poetry or just generally sending … Continue reading

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The Epic Proportions of “Aliens Glyph”

On Sunday evening, it began. Within 24 hours, I made more than three-hundred images, selected forty-seven of them, completed a new video-for-music, and uploaded it at Vimeo. Wait. Is that even possible? Check the files. Yup. It’s true. And I’m … Continue reading

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The Colors of June

2013 was the Season of Extreme Gardening. I cut down two diseased and weary bushes, sawing and yanking their roots from the dirt, making space for ferns, lemon thyme, the red-toned lilies. I pitchforked a sketchy patch of weeds in … Continue reading

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