I’ve been lucky to have received some great press coverage, both about my solo work and my group exhibitions. Check out some of the latest headlines about my work below and scroll through for collateral materials.
Dozens of Arts Alive Banners to Be Auctioned Off
JULY 28, 2020
The Arts Alive hand-painted street banners that have been up on lampposts along six miles of Highway 101 from Leucadia to Cardiff are set be auctioned off.
More than 60 hand-painted street banners that have been up since mid-March on lampposts along six miles of Highway 101 from Leucadia to Cardiff are ready to be auctioned off.
Cathy Carey banner titled ‘Swami’s’ is one of 62 Arts Alive Banners being auctioned off.
‘Endangered’ exhibition shows imperiled Earth through artist’s eyes
JAN. 17, 2020
In a series of vivid expressionist landscapes, painter Cathy Carey portrays rolling hills and blooming agave under azure skies. And Julian-based painter Joe Garcia captured a bobcat brazenly staring down the viewer, along with a roadrunner at rest.
“The art in “Finding Heaven in Hellhole Canyon” encourages introspection, revealing the complex and symbiotic relationship between humans and land,” the exhibition description stated.
Meet Cathy Carey of Cathy Carey Art Studios
JUNE 14, 2018
An interesting question I am often asked is, “where do your ideas come from?” To that, I respond to everything around me and the world I live in. I paint the things I see and feel everyday – even when it looks made up, it is based in reality. I try to find a story within a scene that is engaging. I look for wonderful possibilities of color and for ways to use exciting shapes and textures.
My special talent is that I am a problem solver, and I sure know how to create a lot of problems artistically! My creativity is sparked when I am uncomfortable with something and have to figure out how to fix it so that everything will be OK again. Consequently, I am very adventurous with color and composition, knowing that each new obstacle in front of me will have an amazing solution if I can only figure it out. My father was an electrical engineer, who worked for NASA, sending the first men into space and to the moon using a slide-rule. I must have gotten this creative problem solving an aspect of my nature from him!
Artist opens studio, garden for San Diego Humane Society benefit tour April 25-26
Apr 23, 2015
Award-winning Escondido artist Cathy Carey hosts a studio and garden tour from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, April 25, and Sunday, April 26, as a benefit for the San Diego Humane Society and Project Wildlife.
For a suggested $10 donation, which goes directly to the folks greeting you at the door from the humane society, enjoy a tour of Carey’s colorful studio and succulent garden, plus tasty refreshments, at 2048 Ridgecrest Place, Escondido. As part of her continued support of the San Diego Humane Society, Carey will match $5 for every donation.
Escondido artist opens studio for tours
APR 12, 2016
Escondido artist Cathy Carey is opening her art studio and giving tours of her gardens April 30-May 1. Part of the proceeds are earmarked for San Diego-based nonprofit Shelter to Soldier. The nonprofit rescues shelter dogs and trains them as service dogs for post-9/11 veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.