Cass Mullane is a contemporary abstract artist who finds inspiration in texture, color and all things tactile.
Her curiosity and passion for experimentation has resulted in interesting surface design and the incorporation of unusual techniques and materials in her work. From melted felt to metal to painted fusible web, her designs are intuitive and textural.
Cass’ work has a broad and diverse narrative. Playful lines and contemporary design have been pivotal for much of her career. Her current explorations include abstract watercolor and acrylic paintings and deconstructed screen printed fabrics.
Cass maintains a pleasant balance in her life as a business coach who specializes in delivering solid business skills in a visual manner for right brainers and creatives. She regularly presents workshops, webinars and coaching.
Cass is active in the Colorado Springs community serving as Board Chair of Cottonwood Center for the Arts, former President of the Southern Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce, a Mentor with Women2Women Mentoring and served eight years as the Artist Coordinator for the Flight project that installs large butterfly sculptures around downtown in the summer. She is a 2015 and 2013 Athena Award Nominee and was a finalist for the 2014 Business Leader in the Arts Award.
Cass’ work hangs in private collections in the US, Japan, the Netherlands, Australia and the UK.