Catherine Azimi is known for building dynamic images out of paint, tape, colored pencil, chalk and a long list of found objects that includes paper ephemera, seashells, jewelry and feathers. She often references cosmological phenomena as a way to transform formless clutter into formal compositions. She is thoughtful about how she installs her work, using color and cues from each exhibition space to create an overall environmental design. Azimi has exhibited in Los Angeles, Joshua Tree, CA, Guangzhou, China, Daegu, South Korea, Barcelona and Berlin.

 

Catherine Azimi is known for her work in historic conservation and cultural planning. She specializes in architectural preservation project management, historic site management, research and writing.