Cat Mueller

Why does the sun go on shining?, 2018. Airbrushed acrylic on polyester,
162 x 122 cm. $2000.

Why does the sea rush to shore?, 2018. Airbrushed acrylic on polyester,
162 x 122 cm. $2000.


East Harlem, 2017. Airbrushed acrylic on polyester, 162 x 122 cm. $2000.
 
        Artist Biography

Cat Mueller graduated with First Class Honours from the ANU School of Art Painting Workshop in 2015. She was selected for the ‘HATCHED: National Graduate Show 2015’ at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) and was awarded a residency at Canberra Contemporary Art Space (CCAS) undertaken in 2016. In 2017 she created a site-specific airbrushed painting for ‘BLAZE XI’ at CCAS Gorman House. During 2017 she held two solo exhibitions; ‘Morph’, a series of small dotted paintings at CCAS Manuka; and ‘NONSTOP!’ at ANCA Gallery where she showed a series of large-scale airbrushed paintings and was acquired by Artbank Australia.
        She travelled to Hobart to create a site-specific airbrushed painting for ‘HoBiennale 17’ for which she received CAPO's Eckersley's Materials Award. In 2018 Mueller exhibited solo at Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, and in numerous group exhibitions including at May Space, Sydney; Tributary Projects, Canberra and in 2019 Artereal, Sydney. Her work is held in the ANU Drill Hall Gallery Collection, the Prime West Perth Collection and Artbank Australia.