Cathy Pregmon

Pregmon is legally blind in her right eye. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English History from Ursinus College and her Master degrees in Speech and Theater Arts from the University of Pittsburgh and in Social Work from Marywood College. She worked extensively in the Pennsylvania education system, founded a theater company and now owns Beads in the 4th Re-Invention, a jewelry design business. As a theater artist and now a jewelry artist, she believes that “the arts have an important part in the quality and fabric of our lives; creative expression, in whatever form it may take for each individual, is as important as breathing and feeling empowered and whole as a human being.” Fine jewelry has allowed her to “reconnect” with her artistic side. Pregmon has been a featured artist in the Lansdowne Arts Fair since 2010, and has participated in the Art Ability for several years. In 2012, she won second place in the Crafts category in the All About Art show at Moss Rehabilitation Hospital