Concatenation XI by Catherine Eaton Skinner

Artist Catherine Eaton Skinner illuminates the balance of opposites and numerical systems – ranging from simple tantric forms to complex grids, reflecting mankind’s attempts to connect to place/each other.
Skinner’s creativity stems from growing up in the Pacific Northwest, her Stanford biology degree and Bay Area Figurative painters Nathan Oliveira and Frank Lobdell’s painting instruction. Between Seattle and Santa Fe studios, she concentrates on painting, encaustic, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
100+ publications have highlighted Skinner’s art, including LandEscape Art Review, MVIBE, Artdose, Art Folio, Art Magazineium, Magazine 43, APERO Fine Arts Catalogue and publication of her monograph 108 (Radius Books).
Solo exhibitions include the Hockaday Museum of Art and the Branigan Cultural Center/Las Cruces Museum of Art. Skinner has had 40+ solo and numerous group exhibitions, including Marin MOCA, Cape Cod Museum of Art, Wildling Museum of Art and Nature, Royal Academy of Art, Yellowstone Art Museum and High Desert Museum. Awards include Art in Embassies Program, US Embassy, Papua New Guinea 2020-2023 and the Acclaimed Artists Series 2020-2022, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. Corporate/public collections: US Embassy in Tokyo, Boeing Corporation and the University of Washington/Seattle.

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