11.28.2002 - From now until December 31st, all medium-sized prints (8.5x11 inch or 3.5x17 inch) are $15 or 2 for $20. All large-sized prints (11x17 inch) are $25 or 2 for $30. Click here to buy 1 medium print, here for 2 medium prints, here for 1 large print, here for 2 large prints. Remember to write which print(s) you want in the comments section.
If you purchase online, it is secure and through PayPal. Otherwise, please send me a check (written to Katharina Woodworth) at PO Box 870, Eureka, CA 95502. I will ship everything out right away. I will also gift-wrap for free if you choose - just let me know.
Go here to get a larger selection of my paintings (it's my site redesign which is still unfinished.) There is also a zoom feature on each image, to give you a better idea of what they look like in person.
Please email me at
if you want anything special...
I will be drawing one name out of the mailing list every month and the winner will get a free medium sized print of their choice!
11.27.2002 - I will probably be at the Eugene Holiday Market December 14 - 15.
09.26.2002 - I am going to be selling at a booth at two holiday
festivals in Oregon this November. I will be sharing a booth with my incredible
artist friend Nemo at the Eugene
Holiday Food & Gift Festival from Friday, November 1st through Sunday,
November 3rd. Tickets cost $5.00 for adults, but I have many $1 off coupons
for the show, so please email me at
how many coupons you would like and for which show (both is ok too), and I will
mail them to you. I am going to be doing Portland's
Holiday Food and Gift Festival the next weekend with my photographer friend
November 8th through 10th (Friday through Sunday), and I again have $1 off coupons
that I can mail interested individuals. Anyway, I hope to see you there!
Had a show opening the other week on the very auspicious day of Friday the 13th...Actually, it is the Goddess' day, according to Barbara Walker...since there are 13 months in a lunar year and Friday is the day of the Norse goddess Freya. But it didn't turn out that well for me. I burned my hand really badly and then the turnout for the show was very slow. But that's ok, it could have been worse. My artwork is still on display at the Inner Balance Center/The Isis Institute at 1068 I Street, in Arcata, California, across the street from the Northcoast Co-op and Los Bagels. It will be shown until October 30th. Prints are for sale there.
08.07.2002 - I've been very, very busy as I've left my day job at The Digest and am going to start traveling around the country starting tomorrow, getting my work in stores and doing shows. A few shows are on the horizon, I will update this site soon. Please still write me at my email address and I have my prints with me so I can always mail things out a.s.a.p. I promise the prints will get out to you within a few days. P.S. - If you get a chance, watch Minority Report (it's still in theaters I think- and no, actually I'm not a Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman fan, but I was impressed!) and Moulin Rouge....Minority Report is a very taut sci-fi flick based on a Phillip K. Dick novel (Bladerunner) and Moulin Rouge (on dvd and video) is a phantasmagorical absurd collage of music, beautiful visuals and a sweet love story.
07.12.2002 - I've run my preliminary designs past a few friends and it was a unanimous vote for the Scriptina font.....Working on that this weekend, along with a catalog for reps and finishing up my greeting card design....
07.11.2002 - I really need everyone's help. I'm in the process of redesigning this site, and I'm at a crossroads. I would like to hear your feedback. Would anyone interested please check this page with the ancient script font and this page with scriptina font and tell me which they prefer? I've set up a little quizlet here so that it is easier to respond. If you have the time and would like to say something in more detail please feel free to write me at . Thank you very, very much!
- I hope my American audience had a happy 4th of July weekend.....Well,
recovered from one cold only to get another harsh one...It's slowed me down
but hasn't stopped me. On a brighter note, I just watched an amazing movie
the other day - Vanilla
Sky - it was very, very strange and beautiful. I'd give it a 10. It
was very well done. The acting seemed a little corny at first but then the
characters became more believable and less caricaturish. If you haven't
seen it, definitely watch it! It's out on video/dvd. Don't get frustrated
if you don't know what's going on after awhile. It was very confusing but
does resolve itself masterfully. I was surprised by the quality since it
came out of Hollywood, but it was based on a foreign flick, Abre
Los Ojos, which I haven't seen yet.
07.03.2002 - Thank you to all who made the Haight St. Fair so much fun and such a success! I just recovered from a really stubborn cold that I caught from the show and am busy organizing my portfolios for reps, working on new paintings, still redesigning my website and trying out my illustrations on cards. Happy Independence Day to all U.S. citizens...I'm sure it's going to be a really patriotic one, after September 11th...It sounds cheesy, but I just pray for the world to come together, in more love and peace.
06.03.2002 - I'm going to be at the Haight St. Fair in San Francisco this weekend, on Sunday, June 9th, from 11 am to 5:30 pm. I'm going to be selling lots of new pieces, including a line of astrological art and more dragons, which I will be putting online soon. It's going to be a fun festival, as I'm sharing a booth with my good friend, Mark LeNord, who's an amazing photographer (check out his site here) and am going down with another great artist, Nemo (check out his site here). I'm not sure which booth I'm at yet, but to find out more information or directions to the show, please check out the Haight St. Fair website.