My approach to public art is with respect for community, environment, and history. The built environment has a great deal of power to influence each one of us. Each new Design creates a specific place and experience for each community.
This mural is on the Mississippi River flood wall. Location entrance to the bike path- commissioned by Trailnet.
Earth Rabbit was designed by Catharine with community outreach in mind for First Night in St. Louis, Missouri. The rabbit is our cultural hero.
This large mosaic sculpture, created for Grand Center in St. Louis, stands 8 feet high and 13 feet long, and is made of a steel armature with fiberglass and mosaic coating. “After Hours” is a tribute to the struggle and proud history of St. Louis Jazz and Blues. Louis Armstrong and Bix Beiderbecke are portrayed on one side of the sculpture to remind us of how jazz was the precursor to the civil rights movement.
“Joy” was named by Mr. Moog and consists of glass that reflects subtle changes in various lighting. (click the image below for more pictures)
A mosaic wall mural created in Santa Barbara, California for Art collector Mark Landrum. (click images below for more pictures)
There are a total of 38 mosaics that can be found on the 9 exploration stations that illustrate and describe the natural habitats found in Missouri. (click images below for more pictures)
A private commission consisting of over 900 square feet of mosaic. We made custom ceramic that we mixed with glass, pool tile and smalti.
A brick relief mural located on highway 81 in Concordia, Kansas. The mural covers the whole side of the Cloud County History Museum depicting the history of Cloud County.
Commissioned by Metro Arts in Transit and located at the UMSUL South Station in St Louis, Missouri.
Located at the Arts Guild in Clayton, Missouri.
Air, Land and Rivers – (public commission) Commissioned by Premium Outlet Mall, location in Chesterfield, Missouri 14 Mosaic panels for three fountains.