Catherine Clifford 
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Massachusetts: Cat Clifford and David E Kearns April 17 - May 15, 2021
Fragrant Lemon:
April, 2020
TREE: June, 2019 at The Vashon Center for the Arts
Becoming American: August - Septemenber, 2018

Cat Clifford uses drawing, installation, animation and performative video to explore place, time, observation and memory. She is concerned with showing the viewer the subtle daily and seasonal changes to landscape and the related patterns, thoughts and actions that inhabit that place. In underscoring the value of slowing down, Clifford shows the viewer what they often neglect the time to see.
Her work has shown at Portland Art Museum, Boise Art Museum, Dallas Contemporary, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle University's Hedreen Gallery and Arthouse at the Jones Center. Clifford is a recipient of a Contemporary Northwest Art Award from Portland Art Museum, an Artist Trust Fellowship and a Betty Bowen Award Finalist Prize from Seattle Art Museum. She received her MFA from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX and currently lives and works in Seattle, WA.