Form + Color Review
'Form + Color' at Saks Fifth Avenue
Dynamic exhibit of work by Katrina Murray and Melissa Parrott Quimby
By Dan Grossman - Jan 23, 2019
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If you didn’t see the interview about my new art direction prompted by recovering from a concussion sustained in 2015, just click the link below!
2015 NUVO, Review: Particle Physics by Katrina Murray, By Dan Grossman
Review: Katrina Murray at Circle City Industrial Complex
NUVO's reporter Dan Grossman gives 4 Stars
Katrina Will present at SOFA Chicago Art Fair.
Codaworx booth #1402. Daily Events schedule here:
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
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
Hugh and Nancy chat:
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.
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.
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.