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Cathy Hegman is a contemporary figurative artist from Mississippi. Cathy maintains a studio in Holly Bluff, Mississippi.
Hegman has worked as a full-time artist for over 33 years and has taught workshops, written features and articles for many national art magazines, and has been represented by professional galleries for over 20 years. Cathy no longer teaches workshops but maintains a blog that gives insight into her working processes, shares tips, and brings her art journey to others.
She has had solo exhibitions of her work over the last 12 years in various galleries and museums. These include both national and international art exhibitions in the United States, Brazil, China, and England.
Cathy has obtained signature memberships in the American Watercolor Society, Mississippi Watercolor Society, Missouri Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, the Society of Animal Artists, Southern Watercolor Society, International Society of Experimental Artists, and the International Society of Acrylic Painters. In 2018, Cathy earned her Dolphin Fellowship in the American Watercolor Society.
She has been the recipient of numerous awards in national and international exhibitions over the years. Most recently being awarded the Dagmar Tribble Award in the 151st International Exhibition in New York in 2018.
Cathy presently serves as Vice President of the Mississippi Art Colony. She was on the board of the Mississippi Watercolor Society for over 10 years and served as chairman on many of their International Exhibition Committees. Cathy was the first Mississippi Native to receive the American Watercolor Society’s 150th Exhibition Gold Medal as well as their Dolphin Fellowship.
Her work is currently represented by Sue Greenwood Fine Art Gallery in Laguna Beach, California, Fischer Gallery of Jackson, Mississippi, Tew Galleries of Atlanta, Georgia, Carol Robinson Gallery of New Orleans, Louisiana, Bennett Galleries in Nashville, Tennessee, and Principle Galleries in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Cathy Hegman

Born: 1958; Holly Bluff, Mississippi

Cathy Hegman is a contemporary figurative artist from Mississippi who works in oil,acrylic and watermedia. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design from Mississippi State University. She has worked as a full-time artist for over 36 years and taught workshops and written feature articles for many of the national art magazines.

Solo Exhibitions:

2020 Upcoming: Solo Show Ohr-O’Keefe Museum, Biloxi, MS

Cathy Hegman Solo, Visionary, TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA

2019 Solo Exhibition, Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Solo Exhibition, Gumtree Museum, Tupelo MS

Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA

2018 Cathy Hegman Solo exhibition, Mississippi Moonbeams; TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA

2016 Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Fischer Gallery, Jackson, MS

2015 TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA

Fischer Gallery, Jackson, MS

Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2010 Ridgeland , MS Jackson Street Gallery “Medusa Complexities”

2009 Greenville, MS Bass Cultural Center Watermarks

Arkansas Guachoya Cultural Arts Center Watermarks

Group Exhibitions:

Maxx Museum:The World of Paper Exhibition; Cathy Hegman and Laurin Mc Cracken

Meridian, MS

Lilypad West Gallery; Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY

TEW Galleries,Salon Style, Atlanta,GA

Belhaven Art Complex, Jackson Street Gallery, Jackson, MS

TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA

Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Fischer Gallery, Jackson, MS

Watson MaCrae Gallery, Sanibel Island, FL

M2 Gallery, Little Rock, AR

Muckenthaler Museum, Fullerton, CA

Group Show at TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA

Group Show at T. Clifton Art Gallery, Memphis, TN Group Shows in Greenville, MS

Group shows in Jackson, MS Nunnery’s Gallery 119

Group Shows Mississippi Museum of Art

Group Shows Municipal Art Gallery Jackson, MS

Belhaven Art Complex Jackson, MS

Jackson Street Gallery

Butler Snow Law Offices

Larry McCool Gallery

Included in over 45 Group Shows over the last 17 years in different states and in Brazil

National and International Awards:

2022 Awarded the Alden Bryan Memorial Medal; 155th International Watercolor

Exhibition, NY

2021 Selected as Visual Artist of 2021; Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters

2020 Juror for the American Watercolor Society 152nd International Exhibition

Loa Ruth Spring Memorial Award, National Watercolor Society 100th International Open

Exhibition

QOR Modern Watercolor Merchandise Award recipient, National Watercolor Society100th International Open Exhibition

Salis International Inc. Award recipient, Dr. PH. Martin Merchandise Award

National Watercolor Society 100th International Open Exhibition

Turner Professional Watercolor Merchandise Award recipient, National Watercolor Society 100th International Open Exhibition

International Exhibition 2020; Selected for American Watercolor Society, NYC

Awarded M Graham Award; International Society of Acrylic Painters International

Exhibition.

2018 National Watercolor Society Juror for the 2018 Los Angeles National Exhibition

2017 Gold Medal Award Winner; American Watercolor Association, 150th International Exhibition, New York, NY

2016 Juried into the American Watercolor Society International Exhibition in New York 2016

2015 Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show (Patron Award).

2013 Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show (Best in Show).

2012 TEW Galleries, Summer Show-Four Artists, Atlanta, GA

Juried into the 139th American Watercolor Society International Exhibition in New York

Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show

Mississippi Art Colony Travel Show

Juried into the International Society of Acrylic Painters (Awarded Second Place).

Juried into the Louisiana International Exhibition in New Orleans

2011 Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS. Mississippi Grand National Watercolor Exhibition (Awarded Best in Show).

Mississippi Art Colony Travel Show (Awarded the Golden Loeb).

2010 Juried into the National Watercolor Society Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA

National Watercolor Society Show in New York – juried exhibitor (painting featured on the invitation and awarded Best in Show, Aldean Medal and Clara Stroud Memorial Award).

Mississippi Art Colony Travel Show (Best in Show).

Mississippi Watercolor Membership Show (Best in Show).

MSWS Grand National Exhibition. (Arts Appreciation Award).

2009 Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show. (Best in Show and Alan and Anne Perry Award).

2008 National Watercolor Society National Show – juried exhibitor

Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show (Best in Show & Arts in Mississippi Award).

Mississippi Art Colony Travel Show

Juried into the Louisiana International Exhibition in New Orleans

Juried into the American Women Artists Annual Competitions 2007 Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show.

Mississippi Art Colony Travel Show – was awarded the Halcyone Barnes Memorial Prize Mississippi Watercolor Membership show (Third Place Award).

Juried into the 30th International Exhibition Watercolor Art Society, Houston, TX

2006 Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show. (Top award winner). Mississippi Watercolor Membership show (second place award).

Juried into the 33rd Rocky Mountain National Water media Exhibition

2005 Juried in as a Signature Member of the Society of Animal Artists in New York City Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show (Alan and Ann Perry Award). Juried into the American Women Artists Annual Competitions

Juried in the Missouri Watercolor Society National Exhibition (Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berneche Award).

2004 Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show.

Juried in the Missouri Watercolor Society National Exhibition

2003 Juried in the Missouri Watercolor Society National Exhibition. (Board of Directors Award).

Juried into the 30th Rocky Mountain National Water media Exhibition (Quaintance Award).

Arts in Mississippi, Grand National Watercolor Show (Gallery Award).

Juried into the 27th International Exhibition Watercolor Art Society, Houston, TX Watercolor West National Transparent Watercolor Exhibition (M. Graham Professional Award).

National Water Color Society Travelling Show – invited exhibitor

2002 Inducted as Signature Member of National Watercolor Society

National Water Color Society Travelling Show – invited exhibitor Mississippi Watercolor Membership show (first place award).

Juried in the Missouri Watercolor Society National Exhibition.

Hilton Head Art League National Juried Competition

2001 National Water Color Society Travelling Show

Juried into the St. Louis Art Guild National Acrylic and Oil competition (JHL & J Memorial award).

Juried in the Missouri Watercolor Society National Exhibition Mississippi Watercolor Membership show (first place award).

Hilton Head Art League National Juried Competition (second place award, for watercolor).

Juried in the Charlotte County Art Guild, National Water media Exhibition, Florida

2000 Juried in the Mississippi Grand National Watercolor Show

1999 Juried in the Mississippi Grand National Watercolor Show 1998 Juried in the Mississippi Grand National Watercolor Show

Selected Publications:

2010 The Figurative Line, written by Cathy Hegman (self-published book of figure paintings)

Medusa Complexities, written by Cathy Hegman (self-published book of the solo exhibition of figurative paintings).

2008 Watercolor Magazine, “Tracking the Muse”

Watercolor Magazine, “Make Your Paint Your Own”

2007 American Artist included as the Best of Show winner in Mississippi Watercolor Grand National Exhibition

2006 Watercolor Magic Magazine

2005 The Artist’s Magazine, “Found in Translation”

Splash 9, book for water media artists, published by Northlight Publishers

2004 International Artist’s Magazine

2003 The Artist’s Magazine, “Best of Watercolor”

Delta Magazine, Holiday Issue

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Cathy Hegman – Artwork and Biography

Cathy Hegman is contemporary figurative artist from Mississippi, where she maintains a studio in Holly Bluff.

Hegman has worked as a full time artist for over 33 years, in addition to teaching workshops and authoring articles for national art magazines. Hegman has maintained professional gallery represention for over 19 years.

Hegman shows her work at the national and international levels, and has received awards for her work in the United States, Brazil, and England. Hegman has had numerous solo exhibitions over the past 12 years at various galleries and museums.

Professional memberships include Signature Memberships in the American Watercolor Society, the Missouri Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society, and the International Society of Acrylic Painters; Dolphin Fellowship in the American Watercolor Society; and memberships in the Mississippi Watercolor Society, the Society of Animal Artists, the Southern Watercolor Society, and American Women Artists. Hegman is also Vice President of the Mississippi Art Colony.

Cathy Hegman

CATHY HEGMAN

My art is my life both literally and physically. I am no longer sure where the paint ends and life begins or vice versa. I am for the most part a figurative painter. I particularly have a penchant for painting the unknown, the parts of life and painting that simply refuse to be defined. I paint figures that embody no particular persona, but are comprised of bits, pieces and facets of those who have in some way marked my journey for either good or bad. The amalgamated resulting figure is both familiar, strange, and often enigmatic. The figure for the most part in my work is a two dimensional shape that integrates into and out of the background shapes. It is a pigmented push and pull of visual weight that seems to give the painting life without giving either a portrait or caricature of anyone. I most often prefer my forms to remain faceless, diffused and dimly lit, in an effort to keep them from being cornered and cajoled into representing a certain person or identifiable figure; one that might give them a specific point of reference and alienate them in some way. I choose to employ loose open ended narratives in my work, I want to leave options for the viewer. My greatest fear is to create work that is boring or too familiar, I want to push both the figure and the narrative out as far as possible without losing the dynamic of good design. We all in individual ways experience life with a similarity that is often not brought to the forefront and given credence. Painting the mundane and often ordinary thoughts and moments of life, illuminates a common linkage and metaphorically forms a bond between the artist and the viewer.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2016 – “Subliminal Shifting”, Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2010 – “Medusa Complexities”, Jackson Street Gallery, Ridgeland, MS

2009 – Watermarks, Bass Cultural Center, Greenville, MS

2009 – Watermarks, Guachoya Cultural Arts Center, Lake Village, AR

Selected Group Exhibitions

Tew Gallery, Atlanta, GA

T. Clifton Art Gallery Memphis, TN

Nunnery’s Gallery 119, Jackson, MS

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

Municipal Art Gallery Jackson, MS

Belhaven Art Complex Jackson, MS

+ participant in over 45 group exhibitions throughout the US and Brazil

Publications

The Figurative Line, figure paintings, 2010, self published

Medusa Complexities, a solo exhibition of figurative paintings, self published

“Make Your Paint Your Own”, feature, Watercolor Artist Magazine, December 2008

“Tracking the Muse”, feature, Watercolor Artist Magazine, August 2008

“Found in Translation”, feature, The Artist’s Magazine, November 2005

Contributor to The Artists Magazine and Watercolor Artists Magazine

Honors and Awards

Alden Bryan Medal, 143rd American Watercolor Society International Exhibition, NY, NY

143rd American Watercolor Society International Traveling Exhibition, NY, NY

142nd American Watercolor Society International Exhibition, NY, NY

142nd American Watercolor Society International Traveling Exhibition, NY, NY

139th American Watercolor Society International Exhibition, NY, NY

Alden Bryan Medal, 137th American Watercolor Society International Exhibition, NY, NY

Clara Stroud Memorial Award, 137th American Watercolor Society International Exhibition, NY, NY

Best of Show, Mississippi Watercolor Grand National Exhibition, American Artist magazine, January 2007

Best of Watercolor, The Artist’s Magazine, September 2003

Featured artist, Delta Magazine, Holiday Issue 2003

Activities and Affiliations

Board of Directors, Mississippi Watercolor Society

2012-current, Vice President, Mississippi Art Colony

2011-12, Worskhop Chair, Mississippi Watercolor Society

Vice-President, Delta Artists

American Watercolor Society, signature member

Mississippi Watercolor Society, signature member

Missouri Watercolor Society, signature member

National Watercolor Society, signature member

Southern Watercolor Society, signature member

Society of Animal Artists, signature member

American Women in the Arts, member

Mississippi Art Colony, member

Cathy Hegman Art and Life

Texture has been a theme in my work often to the detriment of the realism and I am quite fine with that, as realism is not my goal with my work. This new series is all about the layering of patterns to create a new texture. I often think of my emotional baggage as layers of my life that build to reveal who I really am in this world. In my work the refraction of that larger thought is found in this new series which for me touches on something from long ago in my life.

My figures have almost always had a heavy headress to carry, and I have somehow felt it was an apt reflection of how I feel about the emotional struggle of everyday life. The heaviness with which we are tasked to balance our lives each and every moment. Memories have a way of gurgling through the everyday and bubbling up like a spring into our minds.In this new series the figures are still balancing their environments but I have felt the need to add more to the figure. This series will be the Big Skirts. All of my work is based on previous work, the evolvement is often perpetuated by a memory or memories. When I was really young I had a habit of loving to lay on the floor and look up at things, the world seemed much more interesting to me. I would often find myself being in everyone’s way and once I tripped Johnny Mae as she was making a pan of gravy. Johnny Mae almost always wore long gathered skirts. We would always tug on her skirt when we wanted her attention. I got burned on my face from the spilled gravy. I remember being rocked in the rocking chair in my mother and dad’s bedroom . It was a strange old coccoon shaped rocking chair that had seen many years of rocking and somehow this chair was always where I remember being comforted. I can vividly remember the big pink and white roses on the wall paper in our old house. Most of my life they climbed those walls and live on my memories. The roses appear in many of my paintings as those very roses and that rocking chair brought comfort to me in a strange way that even now I cannot explain. I am giving the roses credence once again in this painting.

The technical side or the part most people might want to tune out on…

The process of layering patterns in pigments is quite different for oils than acrylics. I have done this for the last 7 or 8 months with my acrylics and wanted to try this with oil. It has been really much slower as my mind wants to keep adding but the oil paint has made me slow it down quite a bit due to the drying time. I think this has been really good for me, it forces me to linger on not only the process but also the painting as a whole and not only this series but also the ones that were before it and the ones to come.

For anyone still reading and somewhat interested in this piece. It is on aluminum composite panel which I sanded and applied 4 layers of gesso sanding between each coat. I am using oil paint,oil paint sticks, walnut oil, dorland’s wax medium and sometimes layering with both dorland’s and gamblin oil medium mixed in the pigment. I am layering patterns so not really any solid layers of pigments being used, after the first intial block in. I use rollers, homemade stencils, patterned rubber stamps, jar lids, cups, anything not nailed down that might create a pattern in paint. The patterning is often blurred with a knife or spatula. I want to get to the chaos and then reign it in just enough to satisfy my soul.

These are all details and when I finish this piece I will post the final painting. Stay tuned!

Detail of the early stages after the concept is worked out I start to add the first ayers of patterns working both in and out of the figure. None of it is significant at this point as it will be layered again and again.

the detail of the layers shows the patterns that meander and come in and out of focus

adding patterns back again

More layers of patterns start to make the distinguishing patterns less recognizable and more enmeshed in the surface giving a richer texture and depth of pigment

Adding more details to the painting such as a butterfly to signify the delicate wispiness of memory

Meanwhile two more are being formed….

Stage one

Stage one

stage two

After a long hiatus from blogging I thought it might be good to start it up again. I listen to podcasts and the other day on one of Joe Rogan’s he mentioned how helpful it was to post a podcast or blog. It hit me that he was right, for most this is quite boring and uneventful but maybe someone out that likes to watch paint dry as much as I do and will glean some nugget of info from this and that will make it worth the time.

Thank you for reading my blog I appreciate your time more than you know. I hope it is helpful and if not maybe just slightly entertaining.

Take care

Cathy Hegman

All artwork and writing on this blog are the property of Cathy Hegman. Please do not copy or distribute it without the written consent of Cathy Hegman.

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