Final Studies: Catherine Lentini

Graduate Student, Kent State University


Title of Exhibition: Set

My thesis combines my interests in color and shape in a project centered on an open-ended proposition of multiple answers to the same questions as opposed to one image with immutable properties. Color and shape work together to create a series of paintings based on the paradoxical nature of the grid as being both logical and the mysterious, the repeated image and its relationship to time in painting, and the experiential effects of color.

For more of Catherine’s work:

Instagram: @cthrnlntn

Final Studies are in partnership with The University of Akron and are made possible with support from Fifth Third Bank and the Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation.




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