Catherine Robertson Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Catherine Robertson based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Catherine Robertson
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
In the Meadow by Catherine Robertson
Winter's Chill by Catherine Robertson
Iridescence by Catherine Robertson
Butternut and Friends by Catherine Robertson
Alpine Home by Catherine Robertson
Dignity and Beauty by Catherine Robertson
Manning Park Meadows by Catherine Robertson
Gold in Them Thar Hills by Catherine Robertson
Sunsprite by Catherine Robertson
Marchup Farm Sheep, Yorkshire by Catherine Robertson
And Then the Sun Comes Up by Catherine Robertson
Before the Thaw by Catherine Robertson
Fire Call by Catherine Robertson
So Tender and Mild by Catherine Robertson
Beach Day by Catherine Robertson
Red Oriental Poppies, East Beach by Catherine Robertson
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About Catherine Robertson
Born and raised in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Catherine's art is influenced greatly by the twenty-eight years spent on her parent's boats, exploring the west coast, it's rugged mountains and forests and the beautiful wildlife gifted to us by our Creator. These subjects are the general theme of her paintings and drawings. Acrylic and colored pencil are her main media and her work is found in many corporate and private collections in North America. Catherine is an Associate Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, having just recently received her Signature Status, and was recently invited to become a member of the Mondial Art Academia in Southern France, is an Honorary Member of the Drawing Society of Canada, a member of Semiahmoo Arts, the South Surrey White Rock Art Society, and The Colored Pencil Society of America and has won many awards for her paintings of deep, vibrant color and light. Her personal website is found at www.robertsongallery.com. Catherine has encouraged many emerging artists into the delights and the richness of the life as painter in her thirty years as an art instructor. Her 'Artist's Statement' is quite simple: "I paint what I love, I love what is beautiful.