Please join me on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25 & 26, 2018 for the Kenilworth Art Association Studio Tour. My location is 71 Finalee Ave., Asheville, from 10 - 5pm. Lots of new work and good deals.
St. Augustine Blue Door, framed in floating birchwood frame, 12 X 16”, available at the upcoming Kenilworth Art Association Studio Tour in Asheville! I will be located at 71 Finalee Street, at the top of the hill. Many new pieces available, along with refreshments and good conversation. Hope to see you there!
Please join me for the Kenilworth Art Association Studio Tour in Asheville on May 25 & 26, 2019. I will be at 71 Finalee Ave, Asheville, with many new works, refreshments and some good conversation. It would be an honor to meet you!
“East Fall Blue Ridge” was the 2010 winner of the ArtInPlace contest in Charlottesville, VA. It was printed at 12 X 24’, on aluminum, and placed on a billboard along a busy highway where thousands of commuters saw it daily.
Very pleased to have sold another print of this work - thanks very much to the collector in Dubai. If you’re interested in purchasing, please visit:
18X14.75” print and frame sold to a wonderful collector from the beautiful Charlottesville, VA. I am forever grateful to the people who enjoy my art enough to purchase it!
Prints may be purchased at: https://fineartamerica.com/featured/advance-mills-hall-bales-catherine-twomey.html
So grateful to the wonderful horse people in this world! Please visit:
Recently Sold - 2 Days Ago
Catherine Twomey sold a 24" x 36" print of da Vinci Horse in Piaffe.
da Vinci Horse in Piaffe
Commissioned for the cover of the "United States Dressage Federation" magazine Connections, it was inspired by "The Vitruvian Man" by Leaonardo da Vinci circa 1487. This could be considered the "Canon of Proportions" for the horse performing the dressage movement piaffe. It is based on the correlations of ideal horse proportions with geometry. It exemplifies the blend of art and science during the Renaissance.
Winning painting/illustration of the American Horse Publications Annual Awards, First Place in Illustration for "Da Vinci Horse", 2007. This print shows an anatomically accurate transparent horse and skeleton.
Very excited to take part in this tour! If you have a chance, come by - I’ll have originals, prints, oils, acrylics, drawings, etc.!
Thanks very much to collector of this watercolor plein air painting. This is the Point Reyes, CA estuary, a most beautiful place full of birds, sea lions and peace. 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.
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It's that time of year when I can't ride. Aside from the cold and snow, I have to have foot surgery so riding is out of the question. I was one of those kids who loved horses from the moment I could breath.
So if I can't ride right now, I'm going to paint them. I've spent a lot of time at Temple Farms in Wadsworth, IL. When Lippizans were almost wiped out in World War II, a herd was moved to the U.S. and this is where they now live, reproduce and perform. The riders are fantastic, the horses breathtaking in their airs-above-the-ground. This is a portrait from a Sunday performance.
Thank you to the collector of this piece, painted live along Skyline Drive in the Piedmont Area of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in Shenandoah National Park. Made me feel like an angel as the warm summer breezes overcame my easel and me. I loved the patterns; the repetition of shapes and most of all, the color of these mountains. See the sheep cloud to the upper right? My eye finally found him after I thought I was done, but he's welcome to stay.
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“Thomas Jefferson's White Oak Tree On The Way To James Madison's For Afternoon Tea” sold to a collector, with much appreciation from the artist! This gorgeous white tulip tree is just west of Rt. 29 in Charlottesville, VA. It’s a stunning, old beauty that I well imagined Jefferson admiring on the way to Madison’s estate back in the day. The original is 12X24”, oil on gessoboard. For additional prints:
The lowest pricing of the year on these award-winning prints:
Thank you to the collector who recently purchased all three, walk, trot and canter!
Thank you to the collector who just purchased a large scale print!
For a limited time only, a once a year SALE is on for award winning equestrian prints. This series is beautiful, accurate and perfect for the animal lover.
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to take advantage of extraordinary savings on original artwork by Catherine Twomey. This once a year sale ends mid-December, so take a look now to enjoy deep discounts.
From right now (11/2) until Sunday evening at midnight Fine Art America is offering FREE SHIPPING to any U.S. destination! Please click here to order prints:
This painting was sold as a print here:
Catherine Twomey, "Blue Ridge Blue Sheep Cloud" 30.000" x 21.375", print
Painted live along Skyline Drive in the Piedmont Area of Virginia, in Shenandoah National Park. Made me feel like an angel as the warm summer breezes overcame my easel and me. I loved the patterns; the repetition of shapes and most of all, the color of these mountains. See the sheep cloud to the upper right? My eye finally found him after I thought I was done, but he's welcome to stay.
Thank you very much to the collector!