Marty Katon’s studio is filled with past treasures and present wonders. There is such a feast for the senses; it is not surprising he can create the realistic beauty he does on canvas, having surrounded himself with so many objects of nature and meaning. The most prevalent themes in his studio and in his work are animals and Native American culture, artifacts, and people. There seems to be an elusive ancient wisdom floating about his studio that is just beyond the ability to define. It is exactly like the man himself.
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