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Doylestown painter Cathy Ann Springer works in watercolor, showing a creative use of color and a somewhat geometric design structure. Landscapes are a favorite theme, of Bucks County and Maine, as well as of other countries she has traveled to. Springer finds still lifes an exciting genre, which she creates mostly in a small format. After meeting renowned serigrapher Anita Gronendahl while teaching, Springer became Gronendahl's framer in Gronendahl's Barn Studio Gallery from 1980 to Gronendahl's death in 1994. Springer exhibits locally, including the Annual Art Exhibition at Phillips' Mill in New Hope. She teaches art at Newtown Friends School in Newtown.
Cathy Ann Springer. Image courtesy of the artist.
Education and Training
Mansfield University, BS, Mansfield, Pennsylvania, 1978
Beaver College, Glenside, Pennsylvania, MFA, 1988
Teachers and Influences
Sam Dee Thomas, head of Art Department, Painting and Sculpture, Mansfield University
Connection to Bucks County
Cathy Ann Springer has lived in Doylestown since 1978.
Colleagues and Affiliations
Springer was Anita Gronendahl's framer in her Barn Studio from 1980 to 1994. She met Gronendahl while teaching (1979-1981).
Teaching and Professional Appointments
Art Teacher, Newtown Friends School, Newtown, Pennsylvania, 1982 to present
Major Group Exhibitions
Phillips' Mill Annual Art Exhibition, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1994
Art at Friends, Newtown Friends School Annual Exhibition, Newtown, Pennsylvania, 1992, 1993, 1994
Art Among Friends Exhibition, Buckingham Friends School, Juried Bicentennial Show, Buckingham, Pennsylvania, 1995
Scott's Still Life
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