Meet Kathline Carr: Downstreet Art Interview [news]

August 17, 2016

Meet Kathline Carr! Kathline is a DownStreet Artist as well as a DownStreet Curator! Kathline has works displayed this month (July 28-August 24) in exPRESS Gallery as part of the Assets 4 Artists group show, “Local Color”, an exhibit that she curated as well.

“Local Color” includes the works of 7 local artists that are all involved with Assets 4 Artists, an initiative that supports local Berkshire artists in the creation of their work. The artists that are exhibited in “Local Color” (...)



Upcoming Reading [news]

April 10, 2016 Categories:

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Readings 2016 [news]

April 10, 2016 Categories:

Recent: March 19, 2016

Animals Are Us

Jan Conn, Kathline Carr, Jessica Treat

A Berkshire Women Writers Festival Event at the Bookstore, Lenox, MA

http://berkshirewomenwriters.org/event/animals-are-us/

http://calendar.theberkshireedge.com/event/the-bookstore-and-get-lit-wine-bar-presents-the-berkshire-festival-of-women-writers-jan-conn-edge-effects-poetry-jessica (...)



Miraculum Monstrum [news]

July 01, 2015 Categories:

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From Miraculum Monstrum, Fig. IV-1. Red Eye, Oil and Charcoal on taped paper, 36 x 25 inches.

My book Miraculum Monstrum won the Clarissa Dalloway "Everything but Poetry" Book Prize!

http://aroomofherownfoundation.org/kathline-carr-awarded-2015-clarissa (...)



CLASSES [news]

March 29, 2015 Categories:

Coming up:

Drawing and the Book, IS183, ages 11-15. Tuesdays April 7-May 12, 6-8:80 pm. at the Williams Inn, Williamstown, MA.

 http://kathlinecarr.com/uploaded/IS183%20young%20artist%20flyer%20(1).pdf

Drawing As Extreme Sport, adults, all skill levels, the week of June 8-12, 9:30 to 12:30 pm.

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Quotes [news]

March 19, 2015 Categories:

For form is surrounded by a certain aura: although it is our most strict definition of space, it also suggests to us the existence of other forms. It prolongs and diffuses itself throughout our dreams and fancies: we regard it, as it were, as a kind of fissure through which crowds of images aspiring to birth may be introduced into some indefinite realm--a realm which is neither that of physical extent nor that of pure thought.

Henri Focillon, The Life (...)