Alice Katz spent many years teaching art to children in public schools
and to adults before becoming a psychotherapist. She has been making
art her entire life using fabric, paper, paint, and found objects
to create sculptures, wall hangings, paintings, and, most recently,
photomontages. Her work has been shown in many galleries and museums
in Connecticut and is in private collections in Connecticut, New
York, and Massachusetts.
Her art was featured on cable television. Alice is the Program Chair of the Fairfield County Arts Association, is a curator for the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery, and an exhibiting member of Art/Place Gallery.
In addition to continuing to create art, she offers private counseling for relationship issues and continuing education classes on anger management and compulsive eating issues. She is the author of books on these subjects.
Click here to read article on Alice from Fairfield County Life 2016 (PDF format).