I revel in things found and in the way that the random and the mundane can suggest meaning. A ball of dust, a spill of wax, the fading loops of my grandmothers handwritten greeting on an old carton box, a twist of wire, a tangle of thread, the overcast sky breaking to blue in one thin line...

Cathleen Daley’s paintings and installations have been presented in numerous museum, university, and gallery venues, including OK Harris Works of Art in New York, New Britain Museum of American Art, the Fitchburg and Provincetown Art Museums, Alden Gallery in Provincetown, MA, and Widener Gallery at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Recently her work was included in Artists in America at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn, NY. Reviews of her work have been published in The Boston Globe, Art New England, and artscope. Daley received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

Cathleen Daley is co-founder/director of Room 83 Spring, an artist-run curatorial project space in Watertown, MA established in 2014. A site for experimentation and process, Room hosts concept-driven multi-disciplinary exhibitions.


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