• Supreme Fiction: Monotypes & Mylar Paintings By Catherine Howe

    Date posted: June 22, 2015 Author: jolanta
    "Monotype (Supreme Fiction No.7)" ©Catherine Howe 2015

    “Monotype (Supreme Fiction No.7)” ©Catherine Howe 2015

    Solo Exhibition July 3 – 26, 2015
    Artist Reception Fri, July 3, 5-8pm
    at Cross Contemporary Art,
    81 Partition St Saugerties, New York 12477

    Supreme Fiction: Monotypes and Mylar Paintings by Catherine Howe opens with an Artist’s Reception on July 35-8pm at Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties and runs through July 27th, 2015.
         Inspired by the luscious paintings of the Baroque era, Catherine Howe’s riotous compositions bring still lifes and botanicals into the 21st century.  Her exuberantly expressive brushwork  and attention to surface create vibrant works out of uniquely contemporary materials such as carborundum grit and polyester. The luminous results resist being categorized as solely, drawings, paintings, or prints. David Ebony writes “Howe’s still lifes…are anything but still. The images seem to be imploding or exploding, in a constant state of flux.” Michele C. Cone says about Ms. Howe: “Howe’s evocative paintings are not about still life per se, but about the naming of things transposed into paint, and the magical interaction between medium, memory and perception.” Supreme Fiction: Monotypes & Mylar Paintings by Catherine Howe opens July 3-26.

    About Catherine Howe: 
    Catherine Howe received an MFA from SUNY Buffalo in 1983. She has benn reviewed in many publications including Art in America, Artforum, Art Critical, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and the Los Angeles Times. For over twenty years, Ms.Howe has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe  including shows at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, MoMA PS 1 in New York, and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo.
    Catherine Howe is on the faculty of the New York Academy of Art in New York City.

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