Lot’s O’ Lines
by Catherine Hillis
19 x 20 in.
Georgia Watercolor Society 2021 National Exhibition
2nd Place Winner
Georgia Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition
Carrollton Center for the Arts
251 Alabama Street
Carrollton, GA 30117
April 5 – May 14, 2021
Catherine Hillis paints both en plein air and in the studio, competing nationally in plein air and watermedia events.
“Lots O’ Lines” was created from a series of photographs taken in Apalachicola, Florida, during the St. George Island Paint Out. The town is rich in subject matter and is a favorite spot for artists to paint. Even though the Florida panhandle has suffered through hurricanes, fires and economic downturns, a stubborn determination to survive is evident everywhere. These fishermen were patiently working as a team to put their lines in order before the next day’s work. Catherine finds beauty in most humble corners and especially enjoys taking a chaotic scene, such as this, and putting it in order.
Catherine has participated in the arts all her life, majoring in theatre in college and working as an actor and costume designer in her early adult years. She turned to painting when her children were young, choosing watercolor as her specialty. She paints landscapes, cityscapes, still life and figures. She teaches workshops all over the world and offers classes locally near her home studio on historic Saint Simons Island, Georgia.
Upcoming shows and events:
April 2021 Coastal Virginia Plein Air
April – June, 2021 American Women Artists Juried Online Show
April – May, 2021 Georgia Watercolor Society National Exhibition
May 2021 St. George Island Paint Out
May 2021 Pikes Peak International Watermedia Exhibition
April 23 – June 19: 44th Annual Southern Watercolor Society Exhibition, Gadsden Arts Museum
June 2021 Paint Annapolis!
July 2021 Telluride Plein Air
October 2021 New Smyrna Beach Invitational
Anderson Fine Art Gallery
View more of Catherine’s work: www.catherinehillis.com
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