Had the amazing opportunity to travel to Denver Colorado for 40 West Arts’ MuralFest 2016! In roughly 5 days I was able to paint this 150 square foot mural on aluminum panels. The panels were set up in in Lamar Station Plaza, near the famous Casa Bonita Mexican restaurant. The mural will be hung permanently soon in the 40 West Arts District. I had such a fantastic time meeting members of the community and there was a huge turn out on the day of MuralFest! It was a pleasure meeting the other artists as well — Birdcap, Yulia Avgustinovich, Richard Marks, Jennifer Mosquera, and Daniel Chavez.
This hummingbird starfield design was inspired by my love for David Bowie. He sang about huge, philosophical concepts and infused them into small moments like drinking a milkshake or kissing in front of the Berlin wall as an act of protest. This mural is about the vastness of the unknowable universe and enlarging a tiny, alien-like bird.
Also featuring Uncutt! In such good company!
See it through June 13th!
Special Store Exhibit, Opening Reception April 24th 1-4PM!
Also Instructing a Class (Register with the Islip Art Museum: 631-224-5420 ) :
Dare to be bold with Caitlyn Shea! Learn to make quick decisions while you paint, opening yourself up to working with your subconscious mind. Big line gestures, unusual color palettes, unexpected compositions, this course is about playing with paint, letting it direct you. Open to beginners looking to familiarize themselves with paint, or seasoned artists looking to mix things up. Please bring a photo you are interested in painting (extra images will be provided as well).
MAY 15TH 1-4pm
You can view a mini solo exhibition of works by Caitlyn Shea in the Museum Store Exhibition space on view April 10 – June 5.
On view now through February 27th, New Voices features some fresh ideas from five local young artists. Patchogue Arts Gallery, 20 Terry Street, Patchogue, NY.
Our Generous GoFundMe!
On May 22nd 2015 my home/art studio was engulfed in flames due to an electrical fire in the attic. My cats were severely burned and all of my boyfriend’s and my belongings were mangled in tar from the roof and completely lost.
My boyfriend and I have been so lucky to have great people in our lives donating towards building a fresh future. Below is the poster I created for every person that donates to us and our animals. This poster depicts our pets as the true Phoenixs they are!! Thank you!
A lot of art was lost, but there is a lifetime of art left to be created!
Click here to RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1596965257256405/
On Saturday Night, April 18th, join me and the other exciting featured artists at LaunchPad Huntington from 6-10 PM for a special #artntech event – “ART BYTES”. Featuring: Visual Art, Animation, Illustration, Videography, live painting, and musical performances. Plus, enjoy delicious food courtesy of Massa’s Coal Fired Brick Oven Pizzeria, Tasty American Coo Coo, and Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill Drinks courtesy of Greenport Harbor Brewing co. andHint Water.
There’s still time to see my work hanging in the great atmosphere at Roast coffee house! It has a cool atmosphere with comfortable seating and AWESOME coffee!
I just completed a holiday window display for SPARKBOOM’s upcoming event at Huntington Arts Council!! Join us on Dec. 20th for JINGLE BOOM, a fun, holiday party!
Click here to see all the great things planned for the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/317075631826692/
Here is a sneak peek at the window, it will be on view for the month of December:
Lots more animals to see in person!
Please join me this Saturday, Nov. 8th at South Huntington Library for my (first) solo exhibit! 2-4PM We can have coffee and talk about painting. I have lots of work in this gorgeous space and 3 brand new paintings!
The show will be on view through Dec. 3rd.
The images below are from 5×7 inch postcards that you can go home with after the show!