Catherine Perehudoff | Assiniboia Gallery | Regina, SK

Catherine Perehudoff



Catherine Perehudoff studied painting and textile arts at Voss Folkehogskule in Norway and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history from the University of Saskatchewan. She participated in the Emma Lake Artists’ Workshop (Saskatchewan), the Triangle Workshop (New York) and the Symposium of Young Artists (Quebec) and worked for artist Kenneth Noland for a year in New York. The many places where she has lived and explored are reflected in the diversity of her landscapes. read more


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Catherine  Perehudoff Summer Afternoon at Waskesiu
Summer Afternoon at Waskesiu
Watercolour
22 x 30 in
Catherine  Perehudoff
Emma Lake
Watercolour
22 3/4 x 30 in
Catherine  Perehudoff Nuevo Vallarta
Nuevo Vallarta
Watercolour
7 x 10 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff
Wind on the Water
Watercolour
22 x 30 in
Catherine  Perehudoff Upper Kananaskis Lake
Upper Kananaskis Lake
Watercolour
14 x 16 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Wet Summer Morning
Wet Summer Morning
Watercolour
15 x 21.75 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Emma 5
Emma 5
Watercolour
4 x 5 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Emma 8
Emma 8
Watercolour
3.25 x 5.5 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Emma 10
Emma 10
Watercolour
4 x 5 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Emma 12
Emma 12
Watercolour
3.25 x 5.5 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Emma 13
Emma 13
Watercolour
6 x 8 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Emma 16
Emma 16
Watercolour
4 x 5 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff Luminous Sky
Luminous Sky
Watercolour
5.5 x 5.5 in
Framed
Catherine  Perehudoff
Looking Through the Trees
Watercolour
22 3/4 x 30 in
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Catherine  Perehudoff

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Catherine Perehudoff Biography


Catherine Perehudoff studied painting and textile arts at Voss Folkehogskule in Norway and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history from the University of Saskatchewan. She participated in the Emma Lake Artists’ Workshop (Saskatchewan), the Triangle Workshop (New York) and the Symposium of Young Artists (Quebec) and worked for artist Kenneth Noland for a year in New York. The many places where she has lived and explored are reflected in the diversity of her landscapes.

“Watercolours are my medium of choice when working en plein air,” says Catherine. “The freshness that my watercolour paintings convey comes from depicting the landscape in flux. When painting in nature, I strive to capture the moments of changing light, atmosphere, and weather. The knowledge and experience that I gain from painting on location is an important aspect of my artistic practice; I carry this with me to my studio where it reveals itself as the major driving force behind my work.”

Based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Catherine is married to artist and university professor Graham Fowler, has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and is an avid scuba diver.

Selected Media
- Press -
Arabella Magazine, Spring 2013
“Catherine Perehudoff, Light and Colour in Landscapes”, The Examiner, September 25, 2010
“US Ambassador’s Wife Masters Art of Diplomacy”, The Globe and Mail, March 6, 2010
“Landscape Royalty”, Avenue Magazine, May 2009
“London Branch Event Features Saskatchewan Artists”, Green & White, University of Saskatchewan, Spring 2008
“Prairie Landscapes in London”, Prairies North, Summer 2008
“Painter Unafraid to Buck Fine Art Trends”, Edmonton Journal, September 17, 2004
“Northernness and Other Considerations: At the Museums and Elsewhere”, The Hudson 55 Review, Winter 2004
“Kanadisk Kunst Pa Voss”, Bergens Tidende, September 30, 1999
“NEC to Celebrate the Role of Doukhobor Women”, Nelson Daily News, March 1995
“Reframing the Landscape: The Columbia Icefield Expedition”, The Cairn, Autumn 1993


- Publications -
International Contemporary Masters, Volume 7, curated by Despina Tunberg, 2014
Important World Artists, Volume 1, World Wide Art Books, California, 2014
Carte Blanche, Volume 2, Magenta Publishing for the Arts, 2008
Canadian Landscapes, K. Bell, exhibit catalogue essay, 2008
Qu’Appelle: Tales of Two Valleys, R. Stacey, D. Ring, T. Herriot, Mendel Art Gallery exhibition catalogue, 2002
Treasured Moments, J.M. Kurtz, 1997
At Home in Canada, N. Eaton, H. Weston, 1995


- Video -
Where It’s At, Mendel Art Gallery, June 2012



Between the North Pole and New York City, Cooper Rock Productions, 2004
Write it on the Heart, collaboration with June Morgan, 1995
Le Tableau Noir, National Film Board, 1990
Pays-Ages, Symposium Jeune Peinture, Centre D’Art, Baie Saint-Paul, Quebec, 1988



Selected Public and Corporate Collections
Abitibi-Price
Alcan Aluminum Ltd.
Air Canada
Alberta Art Foundation
Alberta College of Art
Amoco
American Express
Apple Canada Inc.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Bell Canada
Calgary Civic Art Collection
Canada Council Art Bank
Canadian Embassies: Tokyo, Buenos Aires
Canadian Government Parliament Buildings
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Canadian National Railway
Coca Cola
Council for Business and the Arts
Dofasco Steel Groupe Equidee
Edmonton Art Gallery
Encor Inc.
Glenbow Museum
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (gift of the Government of Saskatchewan)
Hudson River Café, New York
Husky Oil Ltd.
Intercontinental Packers Ltd.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Maclean Hunter Ltd.
Magnasonic Canada Inc.
Mendel Art Gallery
Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Northern Transportation Ltd.
Office of Protocol for Saskatchewan
Omex Corporation
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan
Prudential Reinsurance
Regina General Hospital
Richmond Art Gallery
Robert McLaughlin Gallery
Royal Bank- Geneva, Isle of Mann, Nassau
Salomon Brothers
Saskatchewan Arts Board
SaskTel
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool
Texaco
TD/Canada Trust
The Most Reverend and Right Honourable The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury (gift of the Government of Saskatchewan)
Touche Ross International Ltd.
Trizec Corporation Ltd.
University of Alberta
University of Lethbridge
University of Saskatchewan
Via Rail
Voss Folkehogskule, Norway
Xerox Canada Inc.

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