Cat Moss is co-founder of the Passionist Movement.
Passionism is the first French artistic movement of the 21st Century, and the first artistic movement in the history of art to be spearheaded by women yet followed by male and female artists of all types around the globe. Passionist artists include writers, painters, poets, photographers, musicians, film directors, and fashion designers from Europe, South America, North America, Africa and Asia.
With its roots deeply anchored in abstract expressionism, Passionist art is born independently of the will of the artist, with no pre-planning or founding concept. The Passionist artist has no choice but to create. They do not know exactly what they’re creating until the work is finished.
Painter, writer and poet, Cat Moss sells her work to private collectors and has exhibited in a number of galleries worldwide.
Her work is owned by personalities such as South African President Zuma, artist Barry Flanagan, celebrities (including musicians, movie directors, and writers) and prominent members of society throughout the world.
10% of all Cat Moss’ profits go to her charity help2read (www.help2read.org)