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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Cathy Rose













Cathy Rose, a long-term Lucky Street artist,  creates small porcelain women—often in wooden boxes --that have a wide appeal.  A veteran on the craft show circuit, she won first place in mixed media at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, and regularly wins honors at such prestigious shows as Winter Park, Cherry Creek, Kansas City, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and the Sausalito Art Festival. 

 Her last show at Lucky Street featured large flying angels with  wings padded with elegant scraps of silk and velvet; marionettes perched on wooden shelves, small standing women holding tiny porcelain birds and spoons fashioned from unexpected combinations of  porcelain, wood, steel, and even chopsticks.  This year’s show will again feature porcelain women and other creatures joined with found objects gleaned from junk shops in New Orleans, flea markets in Paris, and yard sales in Houston.



















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