Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Waiting for a Streetcar, Dundas and Spadina, Toronto

8x8 oil on gallery wrap canvas SOLD
A young woman waits for a Streetcar on Spadina on a rainy day in Toronto.
$135.00 plus delivery


Jennifer Koach said...

Im enjoying your rainy days. You are a master at reflectionns.

Karen Bruson said...

Wonderful back lighting.

r garriott said...

When I see your lovely rainy day places paintings I wonder... what would Catherine Jeffrey paint in the dry desert?

I can smell the rain! That red glow on the outer limits of the headlights, yum. Paint tasty.

Montag said...

I do not recall very many of your paintings which focus on an individual, so this is interesting.

Again, I think you chose rainy days for the reflection... as if the visual information on a dry day is not enough, that of a rainy day's reflection increases it exponentially.

Catherine Jeffrey said...

Thanks everyone for your comments. And yes Montag, I do love those reflections on a rainy day. I also love the smell of rain, the atmosphere, and the solitary reflective mood I find myself in.
Hmmm, what would I paint in a dry desert? Very good question.