"The mantra becomes one’s staff of life and carries one through every ordeal. Each repetition has a new meaning."
- Mahatma Gandhi
Selected Publications & Bibliography
108, Catherine Eaton Skinner
Radius Books, Santa Fe, NM, 2016
From QR code patterns to the simple, interminable zeroes and ones of binary language, Skinner discerns pictorial aptitude in contemporary digital codes. Other series explore ancient tally marks—both eastern and western—and the abstracting impact of systematically repeating simplified mountains or tight details of eyes, among other universal motifs. Hardcover, 12 x 10 inches, 292 pages with 170 illustrations. Text by Elizabeth A. Brown, poem by Newcomb Greenleaf. To view a press release, see CES 108 Press Release.pdf.
Word Power: Language As Medium, LIBRARY X, Featured artist, pp. 92-93, Spring, 2019
Helix Magazine, Central Connecticut State Univ., Literary and Art Magazine, Featured artist, Spring, 2019
ArLiJo, Arlington Literary Journal, Featured artist, Issue 116, May, 2019
The Woven Tale Press, Featured artist, Vol. VII, No. 4, pp. 18, 51-54, April, 2019
Sacrosanct Gallery, Featured artist, Drawing Nature, February, 2019
Mizmor Anthology, Featured artist, pp. 98-100, 2018
LandEscape, Featured artist, pp. 22-43, Fall, 2018
Aji Magazine, Featured artist, Issue 9, Fall, 2018
Leaping Clear, Featured artist, Fall, 2018
Borrowed Solace, Vol. 1, Issue 3, Fall, 2018
Art Reveal Magazine, Featured artist, Issue No. 42,
pp. 84-89, Fall, 2018
Nunum, Featured artist, Volume I, No. 3, Fall, 2018
Mall Galleries - London, England, Pre-selected for the Society of Women Artists Annual International Exhibition, Sept. 25, 2018
In her art career, Skinner has had 34 solo exhibitions in 30 years, with participation in multiple invitational group exhibitions.
Representing the West:
A New Frontier
White Gallery at the
Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
Opens Friday, February 1st
continues through May 26th, 2019
210 N. Santa Fe Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81003
Skinner divides her time between two custom studios. Working with architect Tom Kundig, the Seattle urban studio has enormous flexibility, allowing multiple medias and functions. The quieter Santa Fe studio, designed with architect Gayla Bechtol, is a modern adobe structure overlooking her horses and mountains beyond the Big Tesuque Canyon.
Studio visits are welcomed.
Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call the Seattle studio at 206.443.1742.