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Exhibit: Red and Blue Windows

April 19 - May 26

Artist: Caitlin G. McCollom

An exhibition of original paintings. Spiritual windows bursting with blue and red light. An exploration of contemporary cathedral windows.

About the Artist:

Based in Austin, TX, Caitlin G McCollom is a visual artist whose conceptual paintings encapsulate metaphysical longing. Working with high flow acrylic paint, polypropylene and a paintbrush, McCollom visually expresses encounters with the unknown at the moment they are experienced.  She uses shapes that include orbs, rectangles, teardrops and hearts to represent channels for understanding spirituality, windows into the spiritual realm, the experience of suffering or crying tears of joy, and the feelings of hte heart, respectively. Herr vibrant colors create modern icons that connect the visible and invisible world. McCollom’s work can be found hanging in the Kendra Scott headquarters in Austin, the Rabboni Institute for Learning & Healing, The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, and Angelo State University’s Archer College, as well as the homes of private collectors internationally. Her work has been featured in Marie Claire, Real Simple, Vogue, and countless local publications in print and online. She graduated in 2010 from Texas State University with a bachelors degree in Fine Art.

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Artist Reception: Saturday, May 4, 2019 – 6 PM

Artist Talk: Sunday, May 5, 2019 – 2 PM




April 19
May 26
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