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For Immediate Press Release
Catherine Koch
Wed, October 5th – Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 8th from 6-11PM
(During Ray at Night Art Walk – second Saturday every month)
CIRELLO GALLERYMCirelloGallery_October_PressReleaseis pleased to announce our upcoming featured artist for the month of October, Catherine Koch, she will be showcasing her magnificent prints of Mural artist Pose Two. This is a collection of his Murals throughout the San Diego area, Pose Two can be found on buildings all over the globe. Join us for an opening reception with the artists, in conjunction with Ray at Night Art Walk, on Saturday, October 8th from 6 to 11pm. Which is the same day as “A Taste of North Park”; so stop by Cirello Gallery will be serving an amazing local beer, “Manzanita” a small-batch Craft Brewery in Santee, Ca. They are passionate about quality and have 5 year round beers and many seasonal beers available throughout the year, October 8, 10am – 4pm.
Catherine discovered her passion for photography 30 years ago and has been shooting professionally for twenty years. She started her professional work in 1994 as a lab assistant at Grossmont College. There she met her first mentor Jim Noel who taught her large format, platinum printing, and darkroom printing.
In 1997 she started working as assistant to Magnum Photographer Tomas Sennett; their work included projects for Rockefeller Foundation as well as several Conde Naste publications. From here she branched out on her own as a freelance photographer. Working primarily with Arts organizations and nonprofits, Catherine enjoys working on projects with a deeper underlining positive outlook on life as a whole.
In the spring of 2009, she started noticing these amazing murals all throughout San Diego and began taking pictures of as many as she could. There was one mural buried deep in Barrio Logan that stood out to her and began an obsession to find more and the person behind these masterpieces. Noticing them all around town it was not long before she got his number and called him out of the blue and told him about her photos of his work; a soft friendly voice on the other end of the phone said, “I’d love to see, come over we’re making tacos.” And so there began the friendship with Maxx Moses and Catherine Koch.
The artwork of Mr. Maxx Moses promotes an environment of longevity, growth, wholeness, and spiritual well-being. The viewer is instilled with an overall feeling of peace and serenity as they derive the value of his paintings. Awareness centers, therapeutic facilities, and spas embellished with this artist’s work have received awards for beautification, experienced increased enrollment, and inspired several published articles. As a professor, his curriculum is innovative, engaging, and geared toward student success. Mr. Maxx Moses’s insightfulness inspires young minds to express in positive outlets that allow their higher self to flourish. and

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