"Tomales Point Trail, Point Reyes National Seashore Park" is framed and ready to ship to participate in the "Roadside USA" exhibition at the i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa, AZ. Proud to participate, the curator said he chose my work because he wanted work that looked like it had actually been done on the road. It was.
“Limantour Beach Estuary, Point Reyes, CA” about 10:00 am, tide slowly coming in.
I pleased to say that three of my works have been selected to appear in an exhibition at the IDEA Museum in Mesa,, AZ. The exhibit is focused on families, showing how artists go to all sorts of different places around the country to paint their reaction to the world. The exhibition will run from June, 2019 until Oct. 2019.
Now is the time to purchase original art by Catherine Twomey, including this plein air watercolor painted on the Tamales Trail at Point Reyes, CA in August. Reduced to $75 for a limited time only. The painting is unframed and about 11X7”.
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I sat above the ocean for about three hours, after having hiked from the last road towards the tip of Tomales Trail. While sitting here painting, a coyote slid by, his eye on me the entire time. I could hear the waves lapping against the shore as the tide came in. The pattern of the cliffs was of particular interest and beauty. This painting is for sale. it is about 11X7", unframed and is a watercolor.
This was my first trip to the astounding Point Reyes National Seashore preserve, about 1.5 hours north of San Francisco. I hiked all over the area, and painted this sitting on a hill looking towards the cliffs, watching as the midday tide began to waft in. The gulls and seals were talking to me for the several hours while I painted.
This original, plein air watercolor is for sale. It is on heavyweight Arches Hot Press paper, and is about 13"X 9" and is unframed.