Through CATA, Carol Neuhaus has been creating vibrant, large-scale paintings for over 10 years using the A.R.T. technique. Neuhaus’ playful, graphic, and brightly-colored work often employs the use of geometric shapes and orbs to offer fascinating new perspectives on ordinary, everyday ideas. Her work has been shown in CATA exhibits at prominent museums and galleries, including the Worcester Art Museum, Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, the Clark Art Institute, and Good Purpose Gallery, among others.
“CATA has given me my art. My art is everything to me. I never knew I had this in me.” – Carol Neuhaus
“Things with Design, indeed! Each piece of this puzzle is a unique shape formed by color and texture—and unlike any piece. The pieces of Carol’s painting interlock and connect with each other like magic. What a beauty.” – Pat Hogan (CATA Faculty)