Catherine Scala’s abstract art on display at 3S Artspace

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Catherine Scala has lived out her art like many women. It’s been ceaseless since childhood, but has waned through the child-raising years.

Both are creation, each informing the other, says Scala, adding she says it “at the risk of sounding clich.” It’s been a matter of refocusing energies based on priorities throughout the years.

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WHAT: “Make More” a group show by 3S Artspace Studio Tenants

Article source: http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/20130105-ENTERTAIN-301050303

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