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Cathey Cadieux has three decades of experience teaching portrait and figure painting, first in Tulsa, and later at the California Art Institute. She has also taught portrait painting for numerous workshops associated with the Pastel Society of America and The Art Methods and Materials Show.

Recent Press

Upcoming and recent exhibitions, events, and stories about Cathey Cadieux.

(For an archive of past exhibitions and other events, see the Events page.)

Painting California: Seascapes and Beach Towns

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October, 2017

Painting California: Seascapes and Beach Towns

Paintings of the California Art Club


This new art book, published by Skira Rizzoli, features the work of 200 top artists from the California Art Club and serves as a delightful tour guide of the coast of California, from north to south. The 276-page book focuses on the evocative seascapes, charming seaside towns, and beach communities that can be found in our beautiful state, from San Diego to Crescent City (at the Oregon border). It also fulfills the role of historian, giving glimpses into California’s past through the original artists of CAC.

As a contemporary California-based artist, Cathey is thrilled that two of her seascapes are included in this book! Please check it out and buy a copy for yourself. It would also make a wonderful gift as a coffee table book.

To learn more about the book or to order it online,
please visit the CAD website.

The Majesty of the Great Race Place

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FrecklesBottoms Up

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September 29 – October 22, 2016

The Majesty of the Great Race Place:
California Art Club Paints Historic Santa Anita Park


Two equine paintings by Cathey Cadieux were featured in this exhibition at:

Santa Anita Park
Arcadia, California

The purpose of this show was to benefit the California Retirement Management Account (CARMA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing funding for the rehabilitation, retraining, and retirement of California racehorses. Members of the California Art Club, including Cathey Cadieux, contributed artwork to this effort. Cathey Cadieux’s artistic contributions to the show were:

For more information about the artists and their artwork, please visit the California Art Club web page.


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