Qathryn Brehm

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Qathryn Brehm is Los Angeles-based urban artist creating in a variety of mediums including painted constructions, digital prints, silk screening, collage and assemblage. Brehm is inspired by the street as an environment: a place with people, structures and history that are constantly changing.

Brehm serves on Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard’s Student (CA-34) Art Competition Committee, media outreach chair and jury panel for “National Congressional District Art Competition.”

She was the Project Manager/designer for two City of Los Angeles’ Community Beautification Grants and instructed and guided students/staff of Inner-City Arts and banner fabricator in design layout and production of community banners for the Los Angeles Toy District and Industrial District.

As a developer and partner along with Dr. Sally Wolf in a youth technology program (TEAM) Technology Education Mastery and Achievement, developed an education program supporting education and technology. TEAM coordinated technology program for middle school students using technology as a competitive opportunity.

2012-1998 Exhibits

“Winter Exhibition” Gallery Aryai
“Ma Vie Erotique” Katalyst
“DTLA Artist Reunion Show” 410 Boyd
“Photo Revolt” Barker Block Gallery
“The Forgotton Holocaust” Exhibit Occidental College, Los Angeles
“Serious Play” Folk Tree Collection, Pasadena
“Saints and Sinners XI” Folk Tree, Pasadena
“Hearts and Flowers” Folk Tree, Pasadena
“Art/Toys” Spanish Kitchen, Los Angeles
“Collage” Smoking Gallery West, Downtown Los Angeles
“The Puzzle” Downey Museum of Art, Downey
“Toys” Factory Place Gallery, Los Angeles
“Artist as Visionary” Gallery IV, Los Angeles
“Art For Art’s Sake” South Bay Museum of Art II, Long Beach
“If You Meet Buddha On The Road” South Bay Museum of Art II, Long Beach
“Dia de los Muertos” Galeria Otra Vez, East Los Angeles
“Focus On Traction Avenue” Gallery IV, Los Angeles


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