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Cath Stockbridge

Artist Resume

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1990s - A summary

Academic Artist Assn., Springfield MA
Animals in Art, Louisiana State U., Baton Rouge LA
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale FL
Art Show at the Dog Show, Foyer Gallery, Wichita KS
Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, River Road Show, LA
Arts Council of Southeast MO
Batavia National Exhibition, Batavia NY
Bridge Fine Arts Gallery, Chester NY
Center for the Visual Arts, Wausau WI
Chaffee Center for the Visual Arts, Rutland VT
Chester Art Guild, Chester VT
Clary-Miner Gallery, Recent Realism, Buffalo NY
Coastal Alliance for the Arts, St. Simon's Island, GA
Foothills Art Center, Golden CO
Fort Hays State U., Art Galleries, Fort Hays KS
Franklin Square Gallery, Southport NC
Friendship Hall Gallery, McPherson College, KS
Gallery 76, Wenatchee WA
Gallery 100, Southeast MO Council on the Arts
Gallery 803, Klamath Open, Klamath Falls OR
Glynn Art Assoc., St. Simons Island GA
Keene Art Assoc., Keene NH
Knickerbocher Artists, Salmagundi Club, NYC
Medical Center Hospital of VT, Burlington VT
Midwest Center for the Visual Arts, Wausau WI
Minot Art Gallery, Minot ND
National Oil & Acrylic Painters Society
New Mexico Art League, Albuquerque NM
New Visions Gallery, Culture & Agriculture, Marshfield WI
North Coast Collage Society, Seattle WA
Northeast Watercolor Society
Oil Painters of America
Parkersburg Art Center, Parkersburg WV
Pennsylvania Watercolor Society
Philadelphia Watercolor Club, Noyes Museum, Oceanville NJ
Schoharie County Arts Council, Cobleskill NY
Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester VT
Stratton Arts Festival, Stratton VT
Susquehanna Art Society, Selingsgrove PA
Tubac Center for the Arts, AZ Aqueous
Visual Arts Center of Northwest FL, Panama City, FL
Walton Arts Center, Fayetteville AR
Watercolor Society of Alabama
West Wind Gallery, Casper WY
Williamson Studio 1999 Competition
Windham Art Gallery, Brattleboro VT

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1980s - A summary
Adirondacks Nat'l. Exh. of Am. Watercolors, Old Forge NY
Art Assoc. Of Harrisburg, Harrisburg PA
Art on the Mountain, Wilmington VT
ArtWorks Gallery, Brattleboro VT
Brand Library Art Galleries, Glendale CA
Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro VT
Calcasieu Arts & Humanities Council, Lake Charles LA
Cape Cod Art Assoc., New England Exh., Barnstable MA
Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, NYC
Chaffee Art Center, Rutland VT
Chautauqua Art Assoc., Chautauqua NY
Central VT Public Service Corp., Rutland VT
Cheshire Medical Center, Keene NH
College of the Mainland, Texas City TX
Corsicana Art League, Corsicana TX
Fine Arts Center En Taos, Taos NM
Georgia Tech Student Center Gallery, Atlanta GA
Green Mountain Power Corp. , So. Burlington VT
Helen Day Art Center, Stowe VT
Keene Art Assoc, Colony Mill, Keene NH
Lake Worth Art League, City Hall Gallery, Lake Worth FL
Louisiana Art and Artists Guild, Baton Rouge LA
Montana Watercolor Society, Billings MT
Moore Free Library Festival, Newfane VT
North Platte Valley Artists Guild, Scottsbluff NE
Oklahoma Art Center, National Watercolor OK
176 Restaurant Tavern Terrace, Keene NH
Pittsburgh Watercolor Society, Pittsburgh PA
Rosequist Galleries, Tucson AZ
Scarborough Gallery, Chappaqua NY
Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough NH
Springfield Art & Historical Society, Springfield VT
Springfield Art League, Springfield MA
Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester VT
Tyler Gallery, Marlboro College, Marlboro VT
Vermont Gallery Showcase, Killington VT
Watercolor Art Society-Houston, TX
Whetstone Cafe, West Brattleboro VT
Wichita Art Assoc., Wichita KS
Windham Art Gallery, Brattleboro VT

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Short Bio
    This Vermont-based artist has been painting for more than 45 years and has shown works in exhibitions and competitions in many U.S. cities. Her works vary in media and style and mood, but her inclinations are representational (though not exactly traditional), impressionistic and focused on structures (physical and theoretical), and experimental (hopeful). Media include oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, ink, and paper collage.
    Cath was born in Southern California and settled in Southern Vermont in 1978. She attended college in Claremont, California and graduate school in Berkeley, California. After working four years as a librarian in Phoenix, Arizona, she moved Back East to attend art school in Boston, Massachusetts and to take up residence on a tree farm. She has worked on occasion with electronic publishing and Internet companies.
    She is a member of ArtistsSpace NYC, Southern Vermont Art Center, Vermont Crafts Council, Vermont Pastel Society, and Vermont Watercolor Society.

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Remarks:
      Painting can be a form of rummaging through life, exploring imagery and color and mood, using whatever materials can be found or purchased easily, patiently seeking something wonderful to look at, to muse upon, to alter in pursuit of some sort of perfection or peace.

      One of the big problems I have discovered in recent years is finding the time for art-making. And not only just the time: finding a span of hours -- I will take moments-- with enough isolation from everything else to provide space for concentration. And I bet I am not the only artist trying to mold a bit of beauty/truth while juggling many cares and obligations.

      Watching, experiencing, reflecting on, and translating what I see around me into two-dimensional units is basically what artmaking is for me. The translation is the key. The chosen medium, be it oil or pastel or pencil or watercolor or collage, serves that translation. Whether gestural or precise, the application of color, even more than the particular medium, aids in the the translation of my vision. And while my world may be sometimes somber or odd, it is rarely without color and light and character.

      Transforming a blank surface into something wonderful to look at is an immensely satisfying experience. Pictures that nudge memories and make you happy, or sometimes sad, are a wonderful enhancement to life. When I work on a picture I usually start with a drawing. Sometimes I use the same drawing to launch a couple of different projects: a variation in oils and in collage, for example. This is a way of exploring and stretching and playing with color and form.



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