Catawba County Artist Depicts Cat Square in Painting

About 2 years ago, I found a Pinterest article about a lady nearby in Catawba County who paints Americana Folk Art of local places as she remembered them. I ordered one of Cat Square and am so proud of it. Today, I found it on Ebay. I thought those of you who love the area might enjoy some of her paintings as much as I do.  The prints are being sold for $35.95 + $5.95 shipping.  The note below tells about the artist and was taken from the E-bay sale page. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Americana-Folk-Art-Print-Cat-Square-Vale-NC-Old-Store-Road-Artist-Arie-Taylor-/172267403680?hash=item281beff9a0:g:UXYAAOSwgQ9VuPQ8

 Americana Folk Art Print Cat Square Vale NC Old Store Road Artist Arie Taylor

“Cat Square, NC #1” Cat Square Vale NC old store gas tank Americana Folk Art Print Arie Taylor is a print from one of Arie Reinhardt Taylor’s paintings. In the first painting of Cat Square she didn’t have the name of the town correct. 94 year old artist Arie Reinhardt Taylor is a 2nd generation artist and her art is well know throughout western North Carolina. She has painted 40 years out of her 94 years and over 1,000 paintings in oils and watercolor.

Artist: Arie Reinhardt Taylor
Arie Reinhardt Taylor was born in 1921 in Catawba County in North Carolina. Arie bases her work on scenes from her life in rural Catawba County in the 1920’s and ’30’s.  People from an older generation are reminded of the way things used to be in “the old days”, while younger generations learn what life was like before cell phones, computers, and video games. Her paintings provide a sense of nostalgia for any viewer regardless of whether or not they are familiar with the scene. Arie is the daughter of Minnie Smith Reinhardt, who also was a well known artist.

This is a high quality archival print of an original oil painting by Arie Reinhardt Taylor.

The shipping price includes, shipping cost, tracking and insurance.

This print is printed on Ultra Premium Heavy Stock Presentation paper which captures the vivid colors of the original painting and is ready for framing.

51 lb., 10.3 mil Matte 13″ x 19″ with an image size of 11″ x 14″, giclee print. The print may be signed by the artist at no extra charge if requested.

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