About

Katrina Abbott came to art later in life after her twins were born. Previous to this, she spent 25 years in education, including outdoor education, ocean education at sea and urban public school reform. With a BA in Environmental Biology and a Masters in Botany  (studying seaweed!), she reflects her interest in and concern for the natural world in her art. She represents the nature in print, paint, wax ( encaustic) and mosaic. She is a member of the Cambridge Art Association and New England Wax and lives in Cambridge with her husband, their 18 year old boy/girl twins and small brown rabbit named Jarvis.

Exhibitions:

March 2017    Solo show- Santander Bank, Manchester, MA
March 2017    “Chaos and Order” Creative Arts Worshop, New Haven CT  –  juried
July 2016         “Vision and Verse” University of New England  –  juried
September 2016 “A Glimpse Beyond”  Mt Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA – juried
October 2015   “Chaos and Order”  Rivertree Arts, Kennebunk, ME  – juried
March 2015      “Books Abound”  Cambridge Art Association  – juried
December 2014- 2015  Clark, Hunt & Embry Law, Cambridge, MA- juried
April 2014   “Central Elements”, Cambridge, MA ( artist/scientist collaboration for the Cambridge Science Festival)
2013-2014     Mt Auburn Hospital Art Exhibit, Cambridge, MA – juried
May 2013      “A Glimpse Beyond”  Mt Auburn Cemetery  – juried
2011- 2016      Cambridge Open Studios
2010 – 2012     Arsenal Center for the Arts member show
2004 – 2010     Somerville Open Studios

Member: New England Wax
Cambridge Art Association

Education: Duke University, Durham, NC, MS Botany, 1984
Trinity College, Hartford, CT, Environmental Biology, BA 1980

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