About the Exhibit
Opening Reception: Sunday June 12, 2:00-5:00pm | More Info
Through July 15, 2016
Soul Argonauts is a collection of figurative watercolors, etchings, paintings and writings spanning the past few years, which explore physicality. Working between figurative and non-objective imagery, Whittemore cultivates a spontaneous use of materials to convey cathartic meanings.
About the Artist
Cate Whittemore is an artist and a long time yoga practicer. Her work investigates how the body manifests, and how art evidences, emotions, and how both bodies and art can be read for meaning.
She is a recipient of numerous awards and artist residencies, among them @ La Scuola Di Grafica in Venice, Italy and The Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Arts in Red Wing, MN. In 2011, she had the honor of designing a poster for the World Peace Kalachakra of the Dalai Lama in Washington DC.
As a member of the International Alliance of Stage and Theater Employees, she was a professional set painter, creating scenery for movies, television, and theater hits, including “Spiderman; Turn On the Dark”, and “The Book of Mormon”.
She holds a a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Connecticut College, a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts/ Drawing & Painting from the University of Minnesota, and was a full-time apprentice at The Studio and Forum of Stage Design, in NYC 1977-1979.
She divides her time between Red Wing, MN and Skyros, Greece, where she teaches creative watercolor painting. She also teaches yoga, Pilates, and is a Thai Yoga Masseuse. More work and info available at www.artztruk.com.