Artist’s Statement

Catherine J Howard is a visual artist, art technique and art history instructor, curator, and freelance arts writer.  She graduated with BA in Art History from Barnard College, specializing in Contemporary African Art and art education for children with disabilities.

As anyone who has spent more than five minutes with her knows, she is a hugger, and as such, she is determined to generate a worldwide intimacy revolution.  Her dream is to travel the world creating art that connects us to each other, challenging us to see the world is bigger than our tiny communities.

Melding visual and verbal communication, her paintings, drawings, murals, and installations offer fortuitous opportunities for intimate conversations with strangers, unexpected reflection, connection, empathy, and intimacy.

As a Creative Communication Consultant for Conversing Fire, she offers e-books and courses to equip artists with the tangible communication skills required to create a magnetic, authentic, compassionate, and fiery connection with their audience.

For all inquiries contact Catherine J Howard via email.

6 Responses to Artist’s Statement

  1. Linda Hill says:

    You are inspired.
    I am so very proud of you, your talent, tenacity, fortitude.
    May you have great success, satisfaction and peace in your journey.
    Love, Lin

  2. csy says:


    I am so impressed with your work and your attitude. I am so proud of the way you have and continue to handle the hurts of divorce, relocation, job changes mingled with future plans ~ career, grad school and plans to live and to be you! … To move on toward the young lady the God wants you to be.

    The insight that you share in your world is so intense and so real. I can feel you coming through your works… and I suppose that is what all good artists do! I count it a blessing to watch you grow in your career and young adult life.

    love you much, csy

  3. chowardbc says:

    Thank you so much for your love and support. It is because I have the love of so many beautiful wonderful people that I can pursue this passion for art. I cannot thank you enough.

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  5. Sally Bradley says:

    I am so proud of you for staying true to your dreams! I love your work! I think about you often and have wanted to get back in touch with you. When I saw your aticle in the Kville paper, I knew it was an omen. I would love for you to see what you inspired in me through a simple comment you made back in 2005 and just to get back in touch.
    Sally Bradley

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