The Women’s Health Information Center is pleased to invite female artists who are local to the Triangle area for a month-long exhibit.
Catherine Collins Gravatt Exhibition From Sept. 3rd - Sept. 30th
Catherine Collins Gravatt is a Chapel Hill-based, self-taught artist who has been doodling, scribbling, and painting since she was a small child. Catherine began her focus on abstract art and the female figure nearly three years ago to channel her emotions after a cancer diagnosis. The abstract faces, and female forms represent strength, grace and finding the beauty in challenging life moments. Her works of art are comprised mixed media including charcoal, acrylics, pencil and watercolors. Abstract is her chosen form of expression as there are no rules, constraints, or inhibitions – simply pure meditative flow. Her influences are both contemporary artists as well as the classics, Matisse and Picasso.
Catherine attended undergraduate and graduate school at UNC Chapel Hill where she studied psychology and received a masters in public health. She currently lives in Carrboro with her husband, three young daughters & new puppy Clover, where she enjoys running trails in the woods, riding bikes, and painting in her makeshift kitchen or playroom studio, often as a family affair.
If you don’t see a piece that speaks to you, Catherine is available for abstract commissions.
Application for Exhibition
Please fill out the following form if you are interested in displaying your art at our center on the ground floor of N.C. Women’s Hospital. We have three distinct areas to show artwork. Once the form is completed, someone from Women’s Health Information Center will contact you about what months are available.