Pattern by Proxy
Isa Catto translates her nature-inspired watercolors into sunny fabrics. This Aspen painter has found new ways to share her beloved prints.
BRIEFING ADRIENNE BRODEUR
The author of Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover and Me, Adrienne Brodeur, shares some of her favorite reads, along with her favorite things – including Isa Catto scarves.
These eight artists have a few things in common: They’re contributing to the valley’s cultural conversation, they’re inspired by the outdoors, and they’re all women.
Daniel Shaw And Isa Catto Host The Art Base Council At Their Home Studio
The view from the Woody Creek home of Daniel Shaw and Isa Catto is an unsuspecting whammy of snow-capped peaks framed by a narrow cut in the valley. So said the members of the Art Base Council who gathered there June 3 for the first ABC event of the season.
The Creative Imperative Video Project
Marcia Butler, author of the nationally acclaimed memoir The Skin Above My Knee, interviews musicians, writers, actors, artists and dancers to discover how creativity manifests in their lives and why their work is meaningful and vital for the world.
Rocky Mountain High
Artist, Isa Catto, has a hard time staying focused in summer. She should be in her studio, painting watercolors, but she only wants to be “out in the garden, ogling seedlings,” she says. “I used to freak out about it, until I decided to count it as my studio practice-it’s professional development.”