In the Media
Michael Cleverly, July 9, 2018
These eight artists have a few things in common: They’re contributing to the valley’s cultural conversation, they’re inspired by the outdoors, and they’re all women.
DANIEL SHAW AND ISA CATTO HOST THE ART BASE COUNCIL AT THEIR HOME STUDIO
Jeremy Swanson, June 3, 2018
The view from the Woody Creek home of Daniel Shaw and Isa Catto is an unsuspecting whammy of snow-capped peaks framed by a narrow cut in the valley. So said the members of the Art Base Council who gathered there June 3 for the first ABC event of the season.
The Creative Imperative Video Project
Anderson Ranch Editions Brings Art From the Print Shop to the Public
Andrew Travers, May 24, 2018
A who's who of contemporary artists have come through the studios of Anderson Ranch Arts Center over the past five decades and made work in its famed Patton Print Shop alongside students and emerging artists.
Rocky Mountain High
Johanna Silver, July 2017
Artist, Isa Catto, has a hard time staying focused in summer. She should be in her studio, painting watercolors, but she only wants to be "out in the garden, ogling seedlings," she says. "I used to freak out about it, until I decided to count it as my studio practice-it's professional development."
Aspen Words Writers in Residence Program
Carolyne Heldman, April 2017
This radio show features Isa Catto Shaw and Daniel Shaw, who host the Aspen Words Writers in Residence Program at their home in Woody Creek each year.
Cross Currents-Art Base and Hudson Reed Ensemble
Carolyne Heldman, December 2016
In this segment of Cross Currents, the Art Base has an opening featuring Isa Catto's latest work. She gives us a preview along with Art Base executive director Genna Moe.
Sojourner Solutes Holiday 2015
Susan Benner, Julie Comins Pickrell, and Jay Cowen, November 1, 2015
Artist, potter, teacher, writer: a human-scale version of our annual tribute to those who make our home special.
Woody Creek Garden is a Green Dream for Spring
Isa Catto Shaw, July 1, 2013
After a gardening disaster and the loss of her mother, Isa Catto Shaw healed her heart by coaxing life from the soil.
Isa Catto: Finding her nature
Stewart Oksenhorn, September 12, 2008
Forget psychoanalysis and the infinite, newfangled methods of getting to know yourself. For Isa Catto, at least, there is watercolor, clay, paper, found objects, and nights alone in her studio.
A Green Dream Home
Susan Reifer Ryan, March 26, 2008
In an Aspen artist's home, the walls are canvases for color. But the foundation on which it stands is pure green.