A native Houstonian, Katherine Houston has spent the majority of her life in the Houston area. After beginning a career as an investment broker in the late ’70s and leaving to start a family, Houston has devoted much of the past 20 years to studying and producing art. Houston’s studies have included institutions such as The University of Houston, Glassell School of Art, The Art League and Hudson River Valley Art. She has also studied privately with a number of renowned artists, such as Will Clem, Ruth Munson, Polly Liu, Gary Hernandez, Skip Lawrence, Arthur Turner, Gael Staack and Quang Ho. Houston works with a number of mediums, grounds and styles of painting to explores abstract and bold scenery as motifs to describe the idea of infinite space. Her abstract paintings usually start with a color idea, then evolve into compositions featuring color as the primary subject. Houston’s work has been exhibited across the United States and is held in private and public collections worldwide.