• 2015 NUVO, Review: Particle Physics by Katrina Murray, By Dan Grossman

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  • Review: Katrina Murray at Circle City Industrial Complex

    NUVO's reporter Dan Grossman gives 4 Stars
    www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/review-katrin?

  • Katrina Will present at SOFA Chicago Art Fair.

    Codaworx booth #1402. Daily Events schedule here:
    www.sofaexpo.com/chicago/booth-events

    Film screening and artist talk
    1 pm, 07-Nov-2014
    CODAworks booth 1402

  • 2014 NUVO, Review: Art from the Heartland 2014, By Charles Fox

  • Evenings at Herron Classes with Katrina Murray

  • Essential First Friday shows to finish 2013 By Janet Schneider Indy Star

    http://www.indystar.com/story/entertainment/arts/2013/12/04/idada-first-friday/3868223/

    Murray, a painter and installation artist in Suite 203 [Circle City Industrial Complex], is one of the most ebullient art advocates around town. Last January, she took a trip to California, visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as well as the shoreline and canyons and came away with a repertoire of new painting ideas.

  • Blue sky window's Hugh Vandivier talks with new IDADA president

  • Katrina Murray explores loss through IU Health Neuroscience Center installation

    Written by Janet Schneider @JanetFSchneider
    Katrina J. Murray's "Strength In Numbers" is at the IU Health Neuroscience Center, 355 W. 16th Street.
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  • Katrina Murray talks about her recent work

  • WGBH Boston Public Radio

    Audio link of Katrina telling a story: Katrina wrote and recorded a story entitled “The Family Tree” that aired world wide on WGBH Boston Public Radio in 2006 She wrote about some of the bonds a family tree has seen forged — and broken — through the years. It is available for download as a podcast through Itunes. Or listen now: streams.wgbh.org/online/morn/MS112806.m?

  • Nuvo Review by Dan Grossman of Katrina J. Murray's "Human Nature"

    Katrina Murray lost her son in war, and her new series of paintings is a record of her struggle to come to terms with this loss. She does so through deeply metaphorical work portraying the natural world. “I wish I could be cool in the sun” shows a desert landscape complete with prickly pear rendered in cool shades of blue and green. In Murray’s paintings there are no vast horizons: she prefers to focus in tightly on a piece of earth of her own imagining. Blues and greens predominate in her compositions so much that when you see a brush stroke of red it almost startles you.
    www.nuvo.net/ArtsBlog/archives/2012/07/?

  • Eastside neighborhood has big plans for small park

  • Winner of Wishard Works of Hope and Healing competition.

    Senior Herron painting student Katrina Murray talks about her painting in the 2011 Works of Hope and healing competition.
    vimeo.com/31853473