Bio

Catherine Dominick is a Birmingham and France based artist who studied painting under Professor Alvin Sella at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.  She happily divides her time between Birmingham and her second home in a tiny medieval village in the south of France.  While in France she enjoys traveling and studying the great masters of modern art, particularly those whose works are displayed in Paris and throughout the south of France.

In May of 2008, Catherine made her international debut in Grasse, France as the first American artist to show at the Place de la Poissonnerie in the city’s historic old town.  Nine large, formal abstract nudes were the centerpiece of the exhibition.  In the fall of 2008 Catherine was thrilled to contribute several figure paintings to be shown in Mobile, Al at Space 301 during Alvin Sella’s “Recent Works Exhibit.”  She has also exhibited her art in Birmingham at the 2003 & 2009 ARTWALK, 2003 & 2004 Art in Avondale Park, and in 2004 & 2005 at Space One Eleven.

Catherine’s art predominantly consists of acrylic on canvas and ranges from mixed media drawings from life on paper to watercolor and photography.

5 responses to “Bio

  1. ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL!
    YOUR HARD WORK HAS PAID OFF AND IT LOOKS AMAZING, YOU INTERNATIONALLY REKNOWN ARTIST, YOU!

  2. Nice site Cat! Can’t wait to see the work in person…

    M-

  3. Scootie Lambert Dabbs

    I love it! The site looks great! Proud to say I have 2 original works by Catherine Dominick!!!!

  4. I’m looking forward to seeing more of your work.

  5. I really like your expressive style!
    I hope that I can one day break free of my realist mindset.
    I am intrigued by your dwelling, how did you come to live in France?
    I keep joking that I’m going to move to another country but I have yet to grasp this as a real concept. Does it take a lot of money or is it possible to just find a job somewhere and go?

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