sculpture is found in museums and collections, both nationally and
internationally. Her first museum show was in Montreal, 1985.
Her work is collected internationally in collections in Italy, France,
Norway, West Germany and the Bahamas. It ranges in scale from smaller
indoor pieces to outdoor pieces as large as 8’x6’x10’.
museum and corporate collections include Bennex International, Norway,
Norton Museum of Art, Cornell Museum of Art, United World College,
Brevard Art Museum, and Brookgreen Sculpture Garden.
The sculpture has been
part of the 13th, 14th, and 15th American Society of Marine Artists
national exhibitions and she is a signature member of that organization.
Solo shows include the Cornell Museum of Art 2010-2011, Gallery
14, Vero beach, Fl, 2009; Cheryl Newby Gallery, Pawley’s Island,
SC, 2003, the Master’s Gallery, 2007, Pen and Brush, Inc.,
She is a member of The
Salmagundi Club, Allied Artists of America, American Women Artists,
American Society of Marine Artists, Audubon Artists, COGAP, Society
of Animal Artists, Fellow in the American Artist’s Professional
League, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, and an associate, ,
National Sculpture Society,
Charles Rascob Robinson
featured Cathy’s work in ‘Notes from Brush Hill”
ASMA Journal, Summer 2011, and it s the focus of “The Art
of Joy”, the catalog from Cornell, 2010-11. Her website has
the complete work and information at www.cathyferrell.com.
Her work may be found
at J.M. Stringer Galleries, Vero Beach,Fl, and Bernerdsville, N.J.;
Cheryl Newby Gallery, Pawley’s Island, S.C., and Mystic Seaport