Paintings by Catherine Jeffrey celebrating the diverse beauty of Toronto, Hamilton, and the Golden Horse Shoe.
This is a really, really great painting!
Catherine, how do you have so much energy to churn out so many great art works. Do you sell many? I love this scene, you are very good at obtaining distance in your paintings. I am also in love with the sailing boat picture. I think you should enter in to the artist magazine. It caught my eye at once.
Another magical downtown scene, looks like spring coming with that warm yellow light.
I love this urban scene. Great colours, all the cars very accurate but loose .... mmmmmm
I love the color palette. Its the kind of day I would dread, yet its so inviting here in your painting.
You just transport us into your painting . I can feel I am on this side of the street.Excellent paintings.
Hi Catherine, This is a magnificent painting in every way. Just astoundingly good.I've given you the Sunshine Award for positive and creative blogging. Your work is an inspiration.Take care,Barbara
Catherine, It has all been said before, but I must say you are a master of urban scenes. We have all been there and they instantly transport us to another time or place. And then there is the beautiful light that gives us hope for a better day ahead!
Lovely yet again! The wetness has been portrayed beautifully!
Catherine you are one fast * and skilled!) painter. brilliant!btw I know you were interested in the one of a kind show as well as the outdoor summer show in TO. There is an excellent show coming up first week of March 'the artist project' --very high calibre work that I think you would enjoy
Bravo! C'est Magnifique! Vous etes un peintre fantastique et une femme bien plus fantastique!(bad french but good intentions)
Thanks all for your positive comments. I like the fact that you can see the hint of spring coming in the warmer light.Kay, I haven't started selling larger pieces yet because I want to get 15 or 20 paintings that I am really happy with before I start submitting to galleries. I think my energy to produce comes from a desire to keep learning and growing. I think that if I stop painting, I will forget what I have learned. Jan, I will check out that show.Barbara, thank you for the award and and positive comments.
Hi Catherine, I was away and may have forgotten to tell you to claim a Sunshine Award(oh sorry, what is sun?)from my site. Even if it is not something you commit to, you may want to read what I have written about your work! This painting is splendid and once again you have painted a very difficult subject with such assurance!
You made gray looking day, beautiful, very well done.
You have been on fire these last few weeks. One great painting after another!
Great job...as always! Really like the way you've balanced the figure with the sunny light on the building. Love that bright red peeking out everywhere.
Beautiful use of light!
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