CATHERINE CARTER  90 Hatch Street Studio   CatherineCarterPainting.com    Catherine@CatherineCarterPainting.com   I am an abstract painter whose canvases focus on line and its connection to calligraphic marks, textile weaves, and natural forms such as roots and branches. I apply fluid acrylic paint through squeeze bottles onto fabric and paper, then cut out and collage shapes onto stretched canvas. My artwork is held in public and corporate collections nationwide, and has been exhibited internationally through the Art In Embassies Program.

CATHERINE CARTER

90 Hatch Street
Studio

CatherineCarterPainting.com

Catherine@CatherineCarterPainting.com

I am an abstract painter whose canvases focus on line and its connection to calligraphic marks, textile weaves, and natural forms such as roots and branches. I apply fluid acrylic paint through squeeze bottles onto fabric and paper, then cut out and collage shapes onto stretched canvas. My artwork is held in public and corporate collections nationwide, and has been exhibited internationally through the Art In Embassies Program.

88 Hatch Street Studio 406  (800)267-1079  floatingstone@comcast.net   floatingstonewoodworks.com   Michael Pietragalla received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, majoring in painting, from the Swain School of Design in 1972. Michael found that furniture design and production was a natural way to apply his hands, head and heart to his craft. Since 1997, he has been making custom designed furniture in studio in New Bedford, Massachusetts. His work is influenced by Asian design sensibilities and is in private collections across the US. He has exhibited in numerous solo exhibitions and group shows in New Bedford, as well as on Cape Cod, and in Rhode Island and Connecticut.

88 Hatch Street
Studio 406

(800)267-1079
floatingstone@comcast.net
floatingstonewoodworks.com

Michael Pietragalla received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, majoring in painting, from the Swain School of Design in 1972. Michael found that furniture design and production was a natural way to apply his hands, head and heart to his craft. Since 1997, he has been making custom designed furniture in studio in New Bedford, Massachusetts. His work is influenced by Asian design sensibilities and is in private collections across the US. He has exhibited in numerous solo exhibitions and group shows in New Bedford, as well as on Cape Cod, and in Rhode Island and Connecticut.