Fine artist Catherine Massaro has spent her life chasing down the creative muse, crisscrossing the country and leaving a trail of art inspired by travel all along the way.
A graduate of Kansas City Art Institute with a BFA, and an MA from Utah State University, her artistic pursuits have ranged from printmaking to oil painting, graphite, pastel, watercolor, collage and assemblage. She is at home working in the studio or on location in any setting.
Catherine has had home studios in Taos, New Mexico, Burlington, Vermont, Kansas City, Missouri, Logan, Utah and Hunt, Texas, where she has had one-woman shows in numerous art venues and shows across the country. Her work has been represented by The Wilde Meyer Gallery, in Scottsdale, AZ, The A Gallery in Taos, New Mexico, in the private collection of the University of Oshkosh, and been widely commissioned across the United States.
Recognized by SOUTHWEST ART MAGAZINE as one of their ‘Artists to Watch,’ she currently lives in Fredericksburg, Texas and has a studio and gallery in Johnson City, TX.
Catherine strives to introduce a new body of work every 2 or three years that culminates in a one-woman show. Her last show, “These Foolish Things,” was shown at The Kerrville Arts and Cultural Center in Kerrville, Texas in April 2015. Her latest body of work will be at STUDIO MASSARO in Johnson City. Entitled, Duties of the Moon, the show opens February 25th 2017.
“What have I learned? That art is nothing more then the creative art of living, and to end is to begin.”