Friday, May 11, 2018

The Landlord's Daughter ~New Work



Completed on May 11, 2018 
  I am so excited to share my newest painting on this beautiful Friday afternoon.  I carefully curated this interior with an eclectic array of objects and furniture along with a few special friends.  The Landlord's Daughter is 24x18 created with oil/acrylics on a cradled wood-panel with painted sides. It is now available for sale on my website. http://catherinenolin.org/artwork/4400056-The-Landlord-s-Daughter.html  You can click on the link to view.
Thanks for looking!  Happy Mother's Day to all my art collecting amazing Mothers!  
http://catherinenolin.org/artwork/4400056-The-Landlord-s-Daughter.html  

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

On my easel



Started working on a 18x24 interior.  Feels great to work a bit larger and spread out my curated interior.  One of my favorite things is searching for the unusual and interesting furniture.  Lot more to come. 

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Mothers And Daughters II ~New painting


Completed on April 26, 2018  Mothers and Daughters II  
It's with great joy that I present my newest painting  on this beautiful spring day.  
To be cliche the photograph I've taken  does not do it justice!  It's everything I love -color, flowers, family and animals. ( Little girl on the couch)  16x20 painted with oils/acrylics on a cradled wood panel with painted sides.
Thanks for taking a the time to look.  



Friday, April 20, 2018

What I'm working on


Pretty excited about this new piece I am working on.  Many twists and turns to come but loving the color combinations  and composition so far.  We spent the weekend at my son Max's in Maine and finally got to see his studio in Belfast.  It's such a quaint area on the water about 3.5 hours from Boston.  I am fortunate  that both of my sons inspire me!  Actually all three do, Sam more than I know.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

The Violin Teacher's Vacation


The Violin Teacher's Vacation is my newest painting.  Completed on 4-17-2018.  I imagine her somewhere on The Cape or The Vineyard writing her own score or perhaps waiting for her student?  
12x16 painted on a cradled wood panel with painted sides.
Thanks for looking!