Catherine Jeltes Art Collections
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Artwork by Catherine Jeltes
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.
Abstract Flower Navy Blue Yellow 1 by Catherine Jeltes
Orange Poppy by Catherine Jeltes
Spirit Bird by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Flower Green Yellow Navy 1 by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Flower Green Navy 2 by Catherine Jeltes
Woodland Flowers by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Flowers Bouquet Teal Orange Yellow by Catherine Jeltes
Fiesta by Catherine Jeltes
ACEO Original Buttercup by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Sunflower ACEO by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Flowers Navy Blue by Catherine Jeltes
Hibiscus by Catherine Jeltes
On The Water by Catherine Jeltes
Away by Catherine Jeltes
Longing by Catherine Jeltes
On The Trail by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Flowers Cream and Navy Floral Art by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Flower Wave Blue Brown 1 by Catherine Jeltes
Floral Sunrise by Catherine Jeltes
Misty Sea by Catherine Jeltes
Wild by Catherine Jeltes
Red Poppy Fiesta by Catherine Jeltes
Poppies Aflame by Catherine Jeltes
Abstract Butterfly Bloom Teal Brown by Catherine Jeltes
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About Catherine Jeltes
Flower & Mixed Media Abstract Art By Catherine Jeltes
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On the Canvas and Behind the Camera
I am passionate.
I am spirited.
I see the world around me through rose colored glasses (because without them, frankly, I can't see. At all.)
I create with emotion, heart, and dance. Sometimes it may involve wine.
During my workday, a break might include walking, cycling, baking, gardening, or hanging out with my elementary students.
I am obsessed with flowers! The variations in color, size, texture and scent knows no bounds. I want to show beauty in every stage--to draw attention to what most people may miss. Flowers are nature's poster child for living in the moment.
Taking a picture is my blank canvas. Working with images in the digital darkroom (SO glad life has changed since my undergrad days and I can work in the chemical free daylight) I merge what the camera sees with what I see. (You'd think this would be the same. You would be wrong.) I find this to be an effective approach to housework as well.
I work with acrylics because I do not have the patience to work with oils. Weeks to dry? Really?! In my studio that is a recipe for super textured mixed media work, or in other words, sharing DNA with our pet menagerie.
"Life is a canvas--throw all the paint on it you want."