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“Making the Everyday Otherworldly” (recollections from an exhibition)

01 Spirited Repose, 02 Strong Lace, 03 Growing, 04 Saturated Bliss, 05 Colorfield Green, 06 Still from 2005 video interview by Thomas G. Henry, 07 Altered Detail Magic Ride © Catherine Rutgers 2021 Excerpts from the Interview by Cara Patterson … Continue reading

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The Remarkable Lushness of Printed Ink on Paper (eight of the 9 x 24s)

Here’s my official description for these, circa 2009: Deep color and lush texture create a distinctly visual experience, intensified by a modular concept that lends itself to both structure and flexibility. 9 x 24 inch images on Hahnemühle photo rag … Continue reading

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The A.C. Collection (An Adventure in Collaboration)

Amy Chamberlain contacted me on Thursday, September 10, 2020. “Hello Cat ~ Do you have current options or would you design something new? Waterfall, Flowers and Landscapes are beautiful. Much appreciation for your use of color and a sense of … Continue reading

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On the Sidewalk in October (Small Prints)

So my friend Judith asked me to be part of her sidewalk sale in October 2018. At first I was skeptical. But she’s serious about this event and has always loved and encouraged my art. The more I thought about … Continue reading

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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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