Art Eating Deer

We quite often enjoyed seeing wildlife while we spent long hours outdoors. On one trip, we decided to go to Waterton Lakes National Park, in Alberta, located on the joint U.S.-Canadian border. We chose to paint the lake and mountains, and set up on a grassy area close to the water’s edge.  After Rebecca finished a watercolour, she took it off the easel and leaned it against a tree about twenty feet behind her. I glanced back awhile later only to see a deer munching on Rebecca’s watercolour. “The deer is eating your painting!” I shouted. She ran to rescue the work but it was too late. Expensive acid free watercolour paper is obviously a tasty treat for deer.

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Recent Art News

Catherine Perehudoff Fowler 2017 Autumn Reflections acrylic canvas  30x40  in

Group show Gevik Gallery, Toronto ON. July 7 - July 27  - Link


 

 

Upcoming Events

“40 YEARS”, Anniversary exhibition, THE GALLERY/art placement inc., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, www.artplacement.com/gallery, August 4th- September 6th

 Catherine Perehudoff 2018 A Symphony in Blue Acrylic Canvas 36 x 36 in smArtifact Gallery New York at Monaco Yacht Show 2018 -- an exclusive event for the ultra luxury market
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September 26th -29th

“Reflections Exhibition" at Yukyung Art Museum, Haegeumgang 120 Nambu-meyon Geoje, South Korea. Yukyung Art Museum is part of Haegeumgang Theme Museum http://www.hggmuseum.com,September 1st - October 28th

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Collector Invitation

For archival purposes and future public exhibitions the artist would like to invite collectors of her work, if they are interested, to share their names, the title, medium, year of the painting they own and contact information with her in order to facilitate potential curatorial research. Due to the closing of many commercial galleries previously exhibiting her work information pertaining to the location of earlier paintings has been lost. This information would be kept confidential in the artist’s records unless there was a request for a specific art work to be included in a public exhibition at which time the collector would be contacted for permission.