Catherine Gill Studios



Catherine Gill has lived and worked in the Pacific Northwest of the United States for 25 years, and in Toronto, Canada, and New York. She paints in watercolor, oil and pastel, works in various printmaking techniques, creates artwork for public art sites, and teaches painting and printmaking out of her studio in the Georgetown area of Seattle, throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia.  She is involved in many community art projects for adults and youth. Working as Art Partners,with Barbara Pitts, she conducts international cultural exchanges: Kuwait (1999), Ireland and Northern Ireland (1998, 1999), the Czech Republic (2001,2004), China (2002, 2004,2005), Slovak Republic (2003).

Her monotypes have been published “Conversation –Beyond Limited” in Shenzhen China; and an article in “Art Panorama 2006” China. Her paintings have been published in CD ROM in the Showcase of American Pastel Artists, her oils in Marine Art: A Collection Of Fine Art, (98), (Rockport Publisher); w/c article in “Artist” magazine July 2004; an article on Creativity in the Fall 2002 issue of Watercolor Magic; Artists Magazine ,Nov 2006, Mixed Media “When One Is Not Enough”; and  “Spreading the Gift, The Work of Catherine Gill” in the Fall 1999 issue of Watercolor Magazine, (American Artist publication). She is currently working on a book on landscape painting with writer Beth Means.  Catherine participated in Branching Out, a project sponsored by National Geographic, July 2003, involving scientists and artists jointly investigating the forest canopy. Her artwork can be viewed at


City Hall Gallery, City of Seattle, Print!, Seattle Print Arts 3rd Biennial Juried
Exhibition , Feb-March 2008     
University of Puget Sound, WA,Kittredge Gallery,Seattle Print Arts, Oct. 2007
CoCA Gallery, Seattle,WA, Seattle Print Arts, Jan 2006,mixed media monotype
Nanjing Arts Institute, Nanjing, China, November  2005, monotypes
Hubei Institute of Art, Wuhan, China, November 2005, monotypes
Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China, November 2005, monotypes
Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA, “An Enduring Legacy: Women Painters of Washington”,May 2005  
Phippen Museum, Prescott, AZ, May 04,05 Miniature Masterpieces Invitational
Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, “Branching Out” Exhibit, April 2003
Contemporary Gallery Southwest, Santa Fe, New Mexico, AAWA, 2002
Nanjing Art Gallery, NIA,Nanjing, China, Monotypes, Sept. 2002, monotypes
Merrill Johnson Gallery, Denver, Colorado, AAWA, 2001 Best Painting Oil
Bellevue Art Museum (WA), NWWS Exhibit, 2001
Frye Art Museum, NW Watercolor Society, 2000
Millennium Images, Washington State Convention and Trade Center, 2000
Millennium Images, Ireland and America, Galway, Belfast, Omagh, Ireland1999
Millennium Images, Kuwait and America,1999, Kuwait City, Kuwait

2008     Print Arts Northwest, monotypes,  June
2007     Art Spirit Gallery, Small Works Invitational, Dec. 2007
2005     China Shenzhen Common Language December 2005
2005     China: Nanjing, Wuhan, Shenzhen Sequences November 2005
2004     Fallbrook Fine Arts Gallery, CA, June
2000     Edmonds Art Museum, Edmonds WA
2002     Art Spirit Gallery, Coeur d'Alene, ID monotypes, paintings
1999     Stafford Studios Gallery, Western Australia, Australia  
2000     Jeffrey Moose Gallery, Rainier Square, Seattle, monotypes, paintings
1989     Museum of the Arts, Missoula, MT


American Academy of Women Artists, charter member, VP 02-03;Board 02-05
Seattle Print Arts
Print Arts Northwest
Northwest Watercolor Society, signature member
Women Painters of Washington
Pleine Aire Painters of Washington
Corvidae Press


“A Common Language” Seattle/Shenzhen,  August 2007
Artists Magazine 2007, Mixed Media Paintings, “When One Is Not Enough”
Art Panorama 2006, China, article on printmaking exhibit in China
“Conversation, Beyond Limited” Exhibition of Prints from Seattle Print Arts 05
An Enduring Legacy, Women Painters of Washington, May 2005 (DavidMartin)
“Artists” Magazine ,July 2004,”Think Like an Artist”(Cathy Woo)
“Branching Out”, National Geographic video , Forest Canopy Project, 2003
Watercolor Magazine, Creativity, Fall 2002 (Cathy Woo)
KCTS TV Seattle, NWWS demonstration, Spring 00
Watercolor magazine, “Spreading the Gift, The Works of Catherine Gill”,
American Artist Publication, Fall 1999, (Michael Kinch)


Workshops with Ron Prokrasso (Monotypes); Mark Mahaffey (Vitreography), Chen Chi (Woodblock);Zhang Guanghui(Woodblock);Craig Cornwall(stone lithography);Paula Whelan (SolarPlateEtching);BettyJoFitzgerald(Monotypes)
Public Art and Design, 2Year Program,Bellevue Community College, 2000/01
Hunter College, City University of New York, BA, 1969
New York University, New York
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
University of Western Australia Extension, Perth, Western Australia, 1999
Life Painting/Drawing 1983 to present


Gilda's House, Red Door Project, Seattle, WA, July05,leggos,( wJoseph Flahiff)
Sound Transit, Tukwila Commuter Station, Seattle,WA, Sept 2002(Art Partners)
Silkscreen on fiberglass panels
Lilac Lodge Residence, Columbia City, WA, July 2002, (Art Partners), digital   printed tiled murals
Childcare Center, Bellevue Community College, WA, May 2002, mosaics
University of Washington Medical Center, 2D Art Collection, 2000
City of Nedlands, Western Australia, permanent Art Collection, 1999
City of Edmonds, Washington, gift to Hekinan, Japan
City of Redmond, Washington, Portable Art Collection, 1994
Bellevue School District, Lake Hills Elementary School (WA),wall mural,1989
Redmond Downtown Business Assn., Redmond, WA, wall mural, 1989


Nanjing Arts Institute, China 1 week woodblock printmaking residency, Sept 02
Centrum Foundation, Port Townsend, WA, 2 week residency, April 2002
Centrum Foundation, Port Townsend, WA, 2 week residency, vitreography, 01
Centrum Foundation, Port Townsend, WA, 3 week residency, 2000
Centrum Foundation, Port Townsend, WA, 1 week international residency, 00
Tresillian Center , Australia, 7 week Visiting Residency,  AU 1998-1999

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