Catherine Eaton Skinner Biography
I have lived in the Northwest most of my life, my childhood in Bellevue, a farm for twenty years on San Juan Island, and a return to Seattle for the last twenty-seven years. My sister and I were encouraged early to be artists, given crayons and blank paper, and both continue to share this with each other. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Stanford University, also studying art with Nathan Oliveira and Frank Lobdell. Venturing to Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station for a scholastic quarter, my early biological illustration became focused on Pacific coast marine life, continuing for the next twenty years working on books, articles and installations. Marrying early out of the university and having three children, my first husband and I lived on San Juan Island for twenty years. Fairly self-sufficient and on little income, we spent little time in the city and constructed our own home. I continue to love to garden, ride my horse, but the flock of fifty sheep had to move on.
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