Hot Wire Foam Factory Spotlights Katherine England

 A glimpse into what fuels Katherine’s creative mind and the journey she took to get where she is now as an artist.

A glimpse into what fuels Katherine’s creative mind and the journey she took to get where she is now as an artist.

Did you come from an artistic family?  My mother was a painter and a violinist and my father was a Professor of English. We did a few study abroad in London, where my artistic, spiritual awakening truly took place and I haven’t been able to stop the creative surge and passion that has pushed me all these wonderful decades.”
If you could sum yourself up in one word, as an artist, what would it be? Unreasonable.”
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Beads, Baby! A Creative Way to Embellish Surfaces

May 4, 2016
Cherie Ilg Haas, Senior Online Editor
from Cloth•Paper•Scissors May/June 2016 issue

Beaded Mosaics  | Three-Dimensional Art By Katherine England

. . . learn how to make a beaded mosaic with Katherine England. 

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Katherine England Makes Art for the Heart in Fullerton

Photo by John Gilhooley

by LP Hastings Wed., Mar. 18 2015 at 1:00 PM
Photo by John Gilhooley
Categories: Art Review, People Issue 2015 (article online)
 
Katherine England doesn't walk into a space--she swishes into it, usually wearing a flowing garment, her hair in an elegantly messy bun above feather earrings that blend in with her tendrils. Her murals cover more than 30 walls in the city, and her mosaic heart sculptures, which once lined Harbor Boulevard, raised thousands of dollars for art in schools. She's a crucial supporter of All the Arts For All the Kids Foundation, and you'll often find her at the heels of community leaders, pushing for more. She's Fullerton royalty.

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All the Arts Auction Raises $50,000 for Art in Schools

Artist Katherine England with part of the salmon totem project that will be unveiled at the Susitna Salmon Center on Wednesday. On Wednesday, July 23rd the Susitna Salmon Center in Downtown Talkeetna is celebrating its grand opening with fish-themed art and education,

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Susitna Salmon Center

to Host Grand Opening and Community Art Project Wednesday

by Phillip Manning ~ July 22nd, 2014
Artist Katherine England with part of the salmon totem project that will be unveiled at the Susitna Salmon Center on Wednesday. On Wednesday, July 23rd the Susitna Salmon Center in Downtown Talkeetna is celebrating its grand opening with fish-themed art and education,

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 Artist Katherine England with part of the salmon totem project that will be unveiled at the Susitna Salmon Center on Wednesday.

Artist Katherine England with part of the salmon totem project that will be unveiled at the Susitna Salmon Center on Wednesday.

"Rock Atlas" features Katherine's "Leo Fender" mural

By David Roberts - More than seven hundred great music locations across America, this book is the perfect guide for those people who want to visit some of rock's most memorable sites. Also a great read for all music lovers who want to find out some of the fascinating stories behind many of the iconic locations covered.

 A detail of the mosaic mural created by elementary school students in Katherine England's art class.

A detail of the mosaic mural created by elementary school students in Katherine England's art class.

"A Joyful Student Mural at St. Jude's"

by Caitlin Orr
from the Fullerton Observer
March 2014 (Page 12)

 A partnership between St. Jude Medical Center and the Fullerton School District has come to fruition! Students from the Fullerton School District have completed and installed their 8’ by 11’ mural at the St. Jude Medical Center on the East Skywalk Tower that crosses over Harbor Boulevard.  There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, March 17 at 5pm to officially welcome this new piece of art to Fullerton. . . read more→

Mural in Paul Revere Park in Anaheim awarded the "Julie Mayer Award" for "Art in Public Places"

Anaheim Arts Council presented The Julie Mayer Award in Recognition of their Contribution to “Art in Public Places” to Paul Revere Park “Welcome to the Wonder of the Mural” designed by children of the Paul Revere Elementary School..  

Paul Revere Park in Anaheim, California park opened in the January 2014.  The focal point for the Park is a mosaic mural depicting Paul Revere’s midnight ride. Katherine developed the mural's design using drawings created by students from Paul Revere Elementary School on which animals children imagined Paul Revere came across during his famous ride.

 Katherine England, right, a local artist who teachers art programs in the Fullerton School Districts, oversees the placing of a mosaic mural at St. Jude Hospital. The mural was created by her students.

Katherine England, right, a local artist who teachers art programs in the Fullerton School Districts, oversees the placing of a mosaic mural at St. Jude Hospital. The mural was created by her students.

"Students' mural there for all to see"

by Lou Ponsi - Orange Country Register
Feb 27, 2014

Anyone passing St. Jude Hospital along Harbor Boulevard can now see this labor of love installed at the base of the pedestrian bridge that crosses over Harbor from the hospital. The piece faces south and is in view of passers by and motorists heading north on Harbor.

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featured in Small Gardens magazine - May 2014