2014 Year in Review
**2014 In Review**
Last year was full of new ventures, new products, regattas, and exhibits. And we're expecting all that and more in the year to come! But let's take a look back at a few of the places Cate Brown Photos travelled during 2014, starting with a few happy clients and their new custom prints!
Not to mention the sailing editorials featuring Cate Brown Photos!
And the success of Cate's very first group workshop hosted through the Wickford Art Association, culminating in an exhibit at the Bill Krul Gallery in Narragansett. We will be hosting another group workshop this March–April, visit the Workshop Page
for more details!
And inclusion at the Artists for the Bay
annual exhibit with Save the Bay:
Plus features at Local Businesses including the North Kingstown branch of Washington Trust Bank and most notably the outfitting of the entire conference room at Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency in Providence!
And who could forget the trip to Baja, Mexico
Last but not least, the development of several new products and prints including Large Format Photos on Canvas
, new Abstracts and a 2015 Calendar (a few still left!
Thank you so very much to the individuals and businesses who continue to support my work and endeavors! I couldn't do it without your endless encouragement and love.
A special thank you to my parents and family, my boyfriend and his family, the Wickford Sailing Association family of junior sailors, parents and staff, the welcoming staff at Sail Newport and Providence Community Boating, my regular supporters at Sailing and Cruising World Magazines, and the friends, customers and clients who continue to show their support by displaying my work in their homes, offices, and as gifts to others.
I could not be more grateful for everything you all have done to support my work, and I hope to continue to work with you all for many happy and fruitful years to come!
Bring on 2015
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