- Color Pop
- Energized Abstracts
- Farmhouse Chic
- Graphic Statements
- Urban Edge
- Vintage Travel
Houston has worked with a number of mediums, grounds and styles of painting. She explores abstract and bold scenery as motifs to describe the idea of infinite space. Her abstract paintings usually start with a color idea, and then evolve into compositions in which color is the primary subject. Currently she is participating in a number of art exhibits and galleries in the Houston area and Chicago. Her goals are to continue her education in the art world with particular focus on abstract painting. Houston is a native Houstonian and has devoted the past 15 years to studying and producing art. Her studies have included institutions such as, The University of Houston, Glassell School of Art and The Art League of Houston; she also studied privately with a number of renowned artists, such as Will Clem, Ruth Munson, Polly Liu, Gary Hernandez, and Quang Ho.
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Katherine Houston’s Scarlet is a perfect exemplar of how sometimes, the simplest things can make the boldest statements. Her rich, titular red is made even more visually captivating by her use of darker and lighter tones throughout the piece, creating a sort of visual game that keeps the eye moving around the image. Her use of color and texture manage to construct a sense of depth even within the two-dimensional, abstract form, which is no small task. Because of its simplistic but breathtaking beauty, this is the kind of print that would do well on any material.