Using vibrant, cheerful colors and intricate patterns, I strive to bring a sense of joy to the viewer. It delights me to watch exhibit guests take in my pointillist abstract art from afar, then draw closer and react with amazement at the thousand of multi-colored dots that make up the images.  


A recent collection of pointillist works reflects on the question, "What's the Point?" It is inspired by nebula images and rendered using alternative tools and techniques.

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Artist, Catherine Kirkland

Photo by CT Thongklin Photography.


George A. Spiva Center for the Arts-Joplin, Missouri

Catherine Kirkland presents her "What's the Point?" collection, and other abstract works in the Regional Gallery at the Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin, Missouri.

Exhibit runs from October 11, 2019 through December 21, 2019.

Spiva Center for the Arts is located at 222 West 3rd Street, Joplin, Missouri

BIG News! You can now order super-size prints of Catherine's paintings from Big Wall Decor!

Select from eight of Catherine's original pointillist paintings to create a colorful print, tailored to your space. These large giclées are printed on high-tech polyester fabric using a dye-sublimation ink process.

The colors and details are amazing!


The best part? They are affordable and durable!

For more information, visit the Big Wall Décor site.

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