The Nasher Sculpture Center, in Dallas, have acquired the large raku standing sculpture, Dragon Clad.
Omi International Arts Center has added Constant Resolve to its permanent collection at Omi Fields.
The Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio, will present Catherine Lee sculptures, paintings and works on paper, opening Sept 4, 2014. There will be a dance performance that evening in the exhibition by the Shay Ishii Dance Company, who will dance with the moveable sculpture, Yellow Ishii. The following week there will be a formal performance of Topographies at the San Marcos Performing Arts Center. with Ishii Yellow, Ishii Red and Ishii Three.
Omi International Arts Center / Omi Fields Sculpture Park in Ghent, NY will exhibit a large installation of five bronze sculptures by Catherine Lee, beginning in late September 2014, on view for two years, until sprint of 2017. The series shown includes Constant Trial, Constant Deliverance, Constant Sorrow, Constant Question, and Constant Resolve.
The Dallas Museum of Art has acquired the raku installation, Alice.
November 2, 2013
The McNay Museum of Art in San Antonio have installed their recent acquisition, Lewis, a large patinated bronze sculpture, which is one of the larger Hebrides series, on the grounds opposite the main entrance to the museum.
Inside the foyer of the McNay Museum of Art, the large raku ceramic installation, Alice, will be on view for several months in 2013/2014.
October 22, 2013
April's Joke, a short stop action video of the making of the oil painting by the same title, was included in the Polari Film Festival in Austin, Texas this month. This film can be viewed on the 'Video' page of this site's home page. Directed by Catherine Lee, edited by Paul Simpson, sound design by Monk Mangham Parker.
May 21, 2012
Beginning next week, and running through the summer, are 5 concurrent exhibitions of my work in West Texas: at the Grace Museum in Abilene; the Old Jail Art Center in Albany; the Museum of the Southwest in Midland; the Ellen Noël Art Museum in Odessa; and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts in San Angelo.