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“Avian Witness” opens at Gallatin River Gallery
Gallatin River Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new abstract paintings by Bozeman-based artist Catherine Courtenaye. The artist’s “Avian Witness” series references the movement of birds overlaid onto geometric fields. The accompanying catalogue features an essay by Yellowstone Art Museum Curator Susan Floyd Barnett. “Courtenaye thinks of these paintings as aerial landscapes, fully aware that any nod to landscape painting today is complicated by the fraught relationship between natural and human habitat,” Barnett writes. “Inspired by the mapping of movement, natural and cultural history, and the romantic beauty of flight, Courtenaye’s images chart the intersection of nature and culture, knowing and the unknown.”
August 1—September 26, 2020
Gallatin River Gallery, 114 Ousel Falls Rd, Big Sky, Montana.
Contact: Julie Gustafson, 406-995-2909
Opening reception: Saturday, August 1, 4 pm to 6 pm. Social distancing protocols will be observed; masks are welcome.
“Bird, Nest, Nature” at Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts
“Bird, Nest, Nature,” juried by Jeffrey De Blois, Assistant Curator, ICA Boston and Rebecca Lowery, Assistant Curator, MOCA Los Angeles, includes over 150 local, national and international artists inspired by the exquisite beauty of creatures of flight.
July 12 – October 18, 2020
Bird, Nest, Nature Press Release
Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, California
ART KALA 2020 AUCTION
All the work in the auction is on the KALA ARTSY PAGE, and absentee bids are welcome. The prices listed are the “BUY-IT-NOW” prices, but if you click on “ABOUT THE WORK” you will see the starting bid and the bid increments. Prices are updated as bids come in. This makes it easy for anyone to participate in the auction from afar—all you have to do is email KALA about the work you want to bid on.
KALA Gallery, 2990 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94702
Art Market, San Francisco 2019
“Tending our Fragile Earth,” Art Market San Francisco, Michelle Bello Fine Art, 2019
Tending Our Fragile Earth showcases work that honors and conserves the splendors of our natural world or brings attention to the significant challenges facing our earth today.
Our roster of talented artists includes David Kimball Anderson, Miya Ando, Catherine Courtenaye, Diane DallasKidd, Randal Ford, Marc Katano, Eric Powell, and Mark Seely.
Catherine Courtenaye, Crossbeat, 2018, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches
Art Miami 2018
View paintings by Catherine Courtenaye at this year’s Art Miami, December 4–9, 2018. Presented by Zolla Lieberman Gallery.
The Montana Triennial 2018
Catherine Courtenaye is one of 40 artists selected for the Montana Triennial: 2018.
Specimens (with Ibis), 2015, oil on panel, 44 x 68 inches
July 26–October 14, 2018
Reception: 5–8 pm, Thursday, July 26, 2018
Yellowstone Art Museum