Cate has a long history in the Lakes Region beginning with childhood as a camper at Camp Kehonka, attending the New Hampton School, and staying at her family’s vacation home in Melvin Village for 15 years. Cate studied Fine Art in college and dabbled in watercolor over the years. She moved to Wolfeboro in 2011 and lives here year-round. She works from home as an Instructional Designer for a multi-national company focusing on compliance and ethics training.
Cate’s love of the Lakes Region has inspired her to renew her interest in watercolor painting as she tries to capture the natural beauty and feeling of the area. An avid sailor and member of the Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club, much of her work features water scenes of Lake Winnipesaukee.
Cate is inspired by the work of Peter Ferber and is currently working on composition and light. She hopes her images conjure the same sense of familiarity, connection, and relaxation that draw people to the area.
”It’s not about learning to paint, it’s about learning to SEE.” Clif Travers (Artist and friend)