life in color
Caché Owens-Velásquez creates artwork rooted in themes of community, belonging liberation and joy. Her works use bright saturated colors, fluid markings, and storytelling to allow the viewer to wander through the vivid colors and markings within her compositions.
Caché often starts a new work without any conception or expectation of what the final product might look like. She is driven by process, as art-making serves as a therapeutic outlet for her. Often her works are inspired by deep longings for community and liberation. To this end, she embraces the practice of radical joy.
Caché lives and works in Maine. Her works have been shown and collected across the US.