Artist Cate Wagoner

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The artwork created by Cate Wagoner falls between American Impressionism and Realism in style.  The subject matter  is diverse because  it reflects her life and interests.  Capturing the spirit of what she sees is the most important element to her, usually colorfully painted in oil.  Her drawings are done in charcoal, conte' and/ or pastel.Her love of the South is reflected in the locations where her work can be seen. She is represented by Allison Sprock Fine Art in Charlotte, North Carolina. Near her home in Lexington, Kentucky, she has work on display at  Gallery Z in Carlisle and often exhibits at ArtsPlace Gallery, Christ Church's Art at the Cathedral Gallery, and the Artists' Attic. She has also curated shows at all of the latter, as well as the Hopewell Museum in Paris, KY. She is an Associate Member at Artists' Attic and a member of the Plein Air Painters of the Bluegrass. A founding member of the Courthouse Square Arts Guild, she is known as a teacher and advocate for the Arts in the central Kentucky area.Cate graduated from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia and studied at the Corcoran College of Art in Washington,D.C. She continues to attend workshops in the United States and Europe. The most influential was under Wolf Kahn at the National Academy in New York, when she decided to forego a vibrant career in Interior Design to pursue her lifelong passion for Fine Art.

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