Catherine Crowe makes fine enamelled works inspired and informed by research in myth, folklore, archaeology and anthropology.
She has been an enamellist for 25 years, teaching for 15 years at various venues including a credit course at George Brown College in Toronto, Canada.
Her love affair with Irish Culture began with an interest in traditional singing, which she still pursues. She has recorded two critically acclaimed albums and played at major folk and Celtic Festivals across North America.
Presently she is focused on traditional unaccompanied singing and working on a recording project.
Building cultural community has been an abiding passion for many years. With artist collective An Droichead/The Bridge she strives to make both music and visual art meaningful in a contemporary cultural context.