the latest thing by catherine macdonald

the bank room , patea

Posted in exhibitions, prints by catherine macdonald on November 8, 2018
on show now until the end of november, in this exciting space in patea, south taranaki

details here: http://www.mbstoneman.com/the-bank-room.html

and here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/576027136087277/

and here is a few shots of the place and show:




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2018 sarjeant gallery whanganui arts review, whanganui

Posted in books, drawing, exhibitions, paper, writing by catherine macdonald on March 22, 2018
2018 sarjeant gallery te whare o rehua whanganui arts review

10 march 2018 – 13 may 2018

I have this work taking part:
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drawing room, showing at the rabbit room, napier

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, furniture, objects, paper, plywood, Still Life by catherine macdonald on February 8, 2018
shots of the show installation:
    

 

drawing room, showing at the rabbit room, napier

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, furniture, objects, paper, plywood, Still Life by catherine macdonald on January 29, 2018
opening this friday

residency, the art vault, mildura, australia

Posted in books, drawing, paper, prints, writing by catherine macdonald on October 11, 2017
I'm working here for three weeks:

http://www.theartvault.com.au/index.php

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blue, rayner brothers gallery, 85 glasgow st, whanganui

Posted in books, exhibitions, paper, prints by catherine macdonald on September 16, 2017

a couple of shots of the works in place:

Print =
it was the day he first met his shadow face to face
monoprint, 2017

it was the day

Book = run boy run flip book, 2017 

run boy run

blue works

 

 

 

 

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blue, rayner brothers gallery, 85 glasgow st, whanganui

Posted in books, exhibitions, paper, prints by catherine macdonald on September 11, 2017
opening this friday . . . . . .

blue there’s a new print and a new flip book taking part.

 






 

 

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artists open studios, 2017, whanganui

Posted in books, drawing, exhibitions, furniture, objects, paper, plywood, prints, Still Life, typography by catherine macdonald on March 24, 2017
studios open this weekend throughout whanganui 

march 25th &26th and april 1st & 2nd - 10am - 4.30pm

more info available here:

http://openstudios.co.nz

and

https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsOpenStudiosWhanganui/

here's some shots of my studio all set up:

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artists open studios, 2017, whanganui

Posted in books, drawing, exhibitions, furniture, objects, paper, plywood, prints, Still Life, typography by catherine macdonald on March 16, 2017
studios open throughout whanganui over the weekends of

march 25th &26th and april 1st & 2nd

more info available here:

http://openstudios.co.nz

and

https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsOpenStudiosWhanganui/

artists open studios

An Artist’s Response, space studio & gallery, whanganui

Posted in books, drawing, exhibitions, paper by catherine macdonald on February 17, 2017
I'm taking part in this show - part of whanganui's La Fiesta - opening event tonite.

 

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Show contains artistic response's to anonymous 6 word memoirs written by local 
women as part of the 2016 festival
Here's and image of my piece: (note: it contains bad language 
- in my defence it's a quote)

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WORK DETAILS
Name: Catherine Macdonald

Title: FUCK OFF NOW!/please don’t leave

Year: 2017

Medium: Book - double sided

Price: $ 30.00 each

Dimensions: 90mm x 63mm x 15mm (h x w x d)

Memoir: FUCK OFF NOW! please don’t leave

Statement: FUCK OFF NOW! please don’t leave. For me these six words sum up 
how contradictory love and relationships can be.  How in one person can be 
someone you never want to see again but also be afraid to live without. 
These seemingly opposing thoughts can exist back to back.  I’ve chosen to 
create a small palm sized book that contains scenes from daily life, the 
little things, the discarded, the overlooked, that create the memories 
and reminders of time spent.