Corrine Hatt is an abstract artist based in Berkeley, California. She received a BFA from California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland (now California College of the Arts). Corrine started her artistic career as a painter, but after several years of moving towards a more abstract space, she was stuck. Then, just a few years ago, she began an art blog to force herself to make art, using collage as a tool to think in new ways every single day. At WSW, Corrine used monotypes as a bridge between her collage and painting practices. As she moves away from collage and back towards painting, she maintains the sorts of imagery and geometric vocabulary she found through the daily journal.