“They call me theirs” has been extended at The Rymer Gallery Nashville. Recent review in the Nashville Scene, by David Maddox: …, green and yellow belong to Catherine Forster’s “They Call Me Theirs.” She has taken over one small room at Rymer, painted it green and lined it with metal panels printed with photos that […]
The Flint Institute of Art will be exhibiting “The Other Parent” during the month of January, 2009.
San Diego Inlt. Women Film Festival was a blast so was San Diego! Intelligent Design screened at the Pacific Theater in the historic Gaslamp district.
“We Shop” has been selected for the São Paulo International Short Film Festival, in Brazil. Festival runs from August 21 – 29th.
“Golden Oldies” has been selected for the KY7 Biennial, Lexington, KY. Exhibition runs from Oct 18 – Dec 21. The KY7 Biennial is the beginning in a series of exhibitions, presented by the Lexington Art League, showcasing new work by living artists in Kentucky and all of its contiguous states including Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, […]
Exciting news, “They call me theirs” has been received enthusiastically and HPAC has decided to extend the exhibition through Nov 22nd. Excerpts from Newcity Review: RECOMMENDED A hanging garden awaits, beckoning with its strong, curving branches, verdant foliage and draping vines of—paint? This synthesis of nature and human participation leads the viewer into Catherine Forster’s […]
Carnegie Art Museum exhibition Photos and Phantasy. The photographs shot for Swing were taken during a family reunion. The photographs are 52.5″ X 30″ and hang from the ceiling and high on the walls. The piece explores elements of venerability, individuality, age and the relevance of familial connections.
I’m thrilled to be a participating artists in the Museum’s 24 Biennial. The exhibition will opens March 3rd, reception will take place in South bend, IN on the 13th of March. I will be exhibiting “Swing” and “Golden Oldies”.