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Jacquelyn Annette Kammerer Cattaneo, American Artist, educator ( art: visiting, Educated)artist, educator. Recipient Certified of Recognition for Contribution and Participation Association Pour La Patrinome Du Artistique Français, 1991, New Mexico State Senate 14th Legislature Session Memorial # 101 for Artistic Achievements award, 1992, Award of Merit, Pastel Society West Coast Annual.

Background

Cattaneo, Jacquelyn Annette Kammerer was born on June 1, 1944 in Gallup, New Mexico, United States. Daughter of Ralph John and Gladys Agnes (O'Sullivan) Kammer.

Education

Student, Texas Woman's University, 1964.

Career

Portrait artist, teacher, Gallup, New Mexico, 1972. Coordinator Works Progress Administration art project renovation McKinley County, Gallup, Octavia Fellin Performing Arts wing dedication, Gallup Public Library. Formation committee member Multi-Modal/Multi-Cultural Center for Gallup.

Exchange with Soviet Women's Committee Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics Women Artists delegate, Moscow, Kiev, Leningrad, 1990. Women Artists delegate and exchange, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Cairo, Israel. Member Artists Delaware to Prague, Vienna and Budapest.

Member Women Artists Delaware to Egypt, Israel and Italy, 1992, artist delegate, Brazil, 1994, Greece, Crete, Turkey, Spain, 1996, Nova Scotia and Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Gallup Public Library., 1963, 66, 77-78, 81, 87, Gallup Lovelace Medical Clinic, Santa Fe Station Open House, 1981, Gallery 20, Farmington, New Mexico, since 1985, Red Mesa Art Gallery, 1989, Soviet Retrospect Carol's Art & Antiques Gallery, Liverpool, New York, 1992, 97, New Mexico State Capitol Building, Santa Fe, 1992, Lieutenant Government Casey Luna-Office Complex, Women Artists New Mexico Museum Fine Arts, Carlsbad, 1992, Rio Rancho Country Club, New Mexico, 1995. Exhibited in group shows at Navajo Nation Library.

      , 1978, Santa Fe Festival of the Arts, 1979, New Mexico State Fair, 1978-1980, Catharine Lorrilard Wolfe, New York City, 1980-1981, 84-92, 2004-2005, Salmagundi Club, 1984, 90, 98, Palm Beach International, New Orleans, 1984, Fine Arts Center, Taos, 1984, O'Brien's Art Emporium, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1986, Governor's Gallery, 1989, New Mexico State Capitol, Santa Fe, 1987, Pastel Society West Coast, Sacramento Center for Arts, California, 1986-1990, Magnifico Festival of the Arts, Albuquerque, 1991, Association pour la Promotion du Patrimone Artistique Française, Paris National Museum of the Arts for Women, Washington, 1991, Artists of New Mexico, International, Trammell Corw Pavillion, Dallas, Carlsbad (New Mexico) Museum Fine Art. Represented in permanent collections Zuni Arts and Crafts Educational Building, University New Mexico, C.J. Wiemar Collection, McKinley Manor, Governor' General’ s Office, State Capitol Building, Santa Fe, History El Rancho Hotel, Gallup, Sunwest Bank, Fine Arts Center, Taos, Armand Hammer Private Collection, Wilcox Canyon Collections, Sadona, Arizona, Galaria Impi, Netherlands, Woods Art and Antiques, Liverpool, New York, Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital & Sacred Heart Cathedral, Gallup, New Mexico, 2005, (appeared in) Best of America Pastel Artists and Artisans, Volume 1., 2007, gallery representation:Grimshaw Fine Art Gallery, Taos, New Mexico.

Membership

Member Multi-modal/Multi-Cultural Center for Gallup, New Mexico. Member Artists Delaware to Prague, Vienna and Budapest. Member Women Artists Delaware to Egypt, Israel and Italy, 1992, Artist Delaware Brazil, 1994, Greece, Crete and Turkey, 1996, Spain, 1996.

One-woman showsinclude Gallup Public Library., 1963, 66, 77, 78, 81, 87, Gallup LovelaceMed. Clinic, Santa Fe Station Open House, 1981, Gallery 20, Farmington, New Mexico, 1985^, Red Mesa Art Gallery, 1989, Soviet Restrospect Carol's Art & Antiques Gallery, Liverpool, New York, 1992, 97, New Mexico State Capitol Building, Santa Fe, 1992, Lieutenant Government Casey Luna-Office Complex, Women Artists New Mexico Museum Fine Arts, Carlsbad, 1992, Rio Rancho Country. Member Dora Cox delegate to Soviet Union-United States Exchange, 1990.

Membership Exhibition, 1998, Holbein Award Excellence in painting, Pastel Society West Coast International Juried Exhibition. Member International Fine Arts Guild, American Portrait Society (certified), Oil Painters of America, Pastel Society of W. Coast (certified, Hobein award), Museum New Mexico Foundation, New Mexico Architectural Foundation, Museum Women in the Arts, Fechin Institute, Artists' Co-operation (co-chair), Gallup Chamber of Commerce, Gallup Area Arts and Crafts Council (nat. and international artist of distinction award 1997), American Portrait Society American, Pastel Society New Mexico, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art.

Connections

Married John Leo Cattaneo, April 25, 1964. Children: John Auro, Paul Anthony (deceased).

father:
Ralph John Kammer

mother:
Gladys Agnes (O'Sullivan) Kammer

spouse:
John Leo Cattaneo

children:
John Auro Cattaneo

Paul Anthony Cattaneo (deceased)