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Caitlin G McCollom is an internationally-exhibiting artist based in Austin, Texas whose abstract paintings depict collisions between the natural and supernatural worlds. McCollom uses shapes such as orbs, teardrops, and hearts as channels for experiencing the transcendent. These modern icons are created using an undisclosed process that, although requiring only a paintbrush, acrylic paint, and polypropylene paper, required nearly a decade to master.

McCollom's work can be found hanging in the Kendra Scott headquarters in Austin, the W Hotel in Atlanta, the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, throughout Angelo State University’s Archer College of Health and Human Services, and in the homes of private collectors internationally. Her work has been featured in Marie Claire, Vogue, Real Simple, and in countless local publications in print and online. McCollom graduated cum laude from Texas State University in 2010 with degrees in Painting and Art History. Her work has been shown in several dozen galleries nationally, and most recently alongside Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, and Alex Katz with The House of L.


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