Alex Fatouros, a freelance writer for The Theatre Times, met us there and interviewed us later for this article.
Two mature artists getting some much appreciated press!
Alex Fatouros, a writer for Theatre Times was in Think Coffee where my work was shown this summer at 1 Bleeker St., downtown NYC where I was meeting with my Irish choreographer friend, Ingrid Nachstern.
All contents are original works of Cate McNider, poet, painter, and movement artist. This site, is only a small sample of the body of her contemporary art work. THIS SITE IS A PORTFOLIO AND THIS LINK WILL TAKE YOU TO THE ARTSTORE TO PURCHASE PRINTS AND ORIGINALS.
Poetry books may be purchased ON THE POETRY PAGE HERE.
Refreshments and giveaways at the opening reception!
Come and celebrate with me!
The East River Park in NYC's east side is soon to be closing down for climate refurbishment, killing 1,000 trees, exposing nearby residents to pollutants, and displacing the populous from the much needed distance and fresh air during the 2020-21 pandemic. This is an ode to the spirit of the water, the park, & the peop
Artist and teacher at New York School of Interior Design, William Engel, has this to say about it:
"Respecting boundaries in solidarity. Focused. And with peace."
And he goes on to explain more:
"The red is at the center of the golden section. It is at rest and being primary red it is strong and willful. It is pleasantly placed away from the yellow square but is highly respectful of its partner. The grey(blue) encompasses both squares and says we are all in this together."
Cate came to NYC as an aspiring actor, and after some success, Life showed her where else she needed to go at the time! She never abandoned her creative self, as seen on this site, but was directed to work with others while she healed herself. The artwork was the inner feedback, revealing to the conscious mind, deeper symbols ;each informs the other!