Announcing Caitlin Cartwright Special to Kansas City through P&M Artworks
P&M Artworks is proud to announce the work of painter Caitlin Cartwright, Social Change Artist
Opening to the public First Friday October 6 through November 30, 2017 at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center in the Kansas City Crossroads.
Caitlin Cartwright is a painter and social change artist from Ohio who will special to Kansas city this fall, through P&M Artworks. Ms. Cartwright has spent several years living and working abroad in Madagascar, Namibia, and India. Ms. Cartwright has her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and recently earned her Masters degree in Sustainable International Development. She uses art as a tool for economic empowerment, peace-building, and healing and wellness. Her combination painting-drawing-collages are vibrant and visual narratives. Her works have been shown both nationally and internationally.
Currently, Ms. Cartwright is sharing her talents with the Preble County, Ohio Art Association and is still able to find time for her art between outreach programs for seniors and working with juveniles in the justice system. Caitlin Cartwright says of her work, "geography is very important to me." The landscapes of Africa and India are evident in the work she has created to date and now Ms. Cartwright is being influenced by her return to Ohio and the contrast of her international cultural experiences with the cultural influences of her home state.
While the entire Caitlin Cartwright Collection is available for viewing and purchase online, we strongly recommend visiting the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center to view the remarkable detail of these impactful works up close.