As an artist, Cathy has a
knack for finding, in the dumbest, unlovliest stuff, surprising beauty.
She is also able to transform overlooked items (like the synthetic nets
that wrapped lemons and potatoes at the supermarket) into works that say
a lot about everyday life in the global world. Either task would have
been sufficient. Together they add up to visual poetry that enriches and
David Pagel, Los Angeles Times Art Critic, 2008 Chair, School of Visual
Art, Claremont Graduate University