Seaside Roses (24" x 30")   Someone once told me that roses do not grow along the seaside, but they actually do. The cool air and warm water of the Atlantic create magical atmospheric effects.
Wild Waves of the Atlantic (48" x 48")  This recent artwork was painted in my studio, however the watercolor titled Rip Tides seen in Watercolor Gallery 2, was done at this location in 2014 and was the spring board for it. During the summer of 2014 I was fortunate to…
Fields In July Near Batoche    watercolor on paper 40 x 60 in. This watercolour is of a view from a height of land facing west. Looking through the foreground flowers and grass one sees the canola fields also known as  prairie gold. In the distance is the riverbank of the…
An element of the Eastern seaboard that has inspired me over the years is the atmospheric quality of mist and fog. In this painting of a Nova Scotia forest along the South Shore I have drawn the viewer’s attention to a beautiful yet melancholy landscape of mist which creates the…

Recent Art News

Catherine Perehudoff Fowler 2017 Autumn Reflections acrylic canvas  30x40  in

Group show Gevik Gallery, Toronto ON. June 17 - July 8  - Link


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Review of solo exhibit at Artifact Gallery, April 2017, Halasz, Piri. Three with Brio, May 13, 2016, From the Mayor's Doorstep  - Link
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Upcoming Events

Spectrum Miami, Miami, Florida, Art UpCLOSE, December 6th - 9th 2017 - Link

Recent Artwork

  • New for 2017
    New for 2017 Seaside Roses (24" x 30")   Someone once told me that roses do not grow along…
  • 2015
    2015 Wild Waves of the Atlantic (48" x 48")  This recent artwork was painted in my…
  • 2012
    2012 Fields In July Near Batoche    watercolor on paper 40 x 60 in. This watercolour is…
  • June 2011
    June 2011 An element of the Eastern seaboard that has inspired me over the years is the…

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.