Title of Work
Art & Design Study Collection
Displayed: Third Floor
School of Medicine & Health Sciences Building
John Catterall received a BA in Art from the University of Wyoming in 1966 and an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Washington State University in 1968. He has exhibited his work in galleries and museums across the United States as well as internationally in Chile, Korea, Iceland, Mexico, Poland and Yugoslavia. His work may be found in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, the University of Colorado, Boulder, and many others. Catterall has taught and headed visual arts programs at Montana State University, New Mexico State University, and the University of Florida.
Depiction of gray and yellow paint smudges on a patterned wall.
Although this work is strongly geometric, Catterall draws attention towards the use of texture in abstract two-dimensional works. He uses the depiction of paint or past methods of art to show a contrast to modern day geometric abstraction.
Research submitted by Alyssa Borka, 2019
Abstract work, gray, blue, orange, yellow.
Featured in the 17th North Dakota Print & Drawing Annual in 1974.
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