TESTIMONIALS

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Tom Zook | Architect & Art Collector | Los Gatos, CA USA

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Tom Koros | Art Collector | Hillsborough, CA USA

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Brandon Glass | Art Collector | Seattle, WA USA

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Luis Hernandez | Graphic Designer & Art Lover | Alameda, CA USA

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

David Herman | Architect & Art Collector | Livermore, CA USA

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Derrick Kenney-Djang | Art Collector | San Francisco, CA USA

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Silvia Tajuelo | Art Lover | London, England

I first saw a Cat Gutierrez painting in a SF galley and fell in love with it, an oil interpretation of a Turner master oil painting.  It has qualities of both the Master and her own technique and vision at the same time which is why I was drawn to it.  One work says two things simultaneously. 

 

The idea of a commission was new to me, but I was excited at the thought that a painting could be both my thought and her vision at the same time.  The collaboration was exactly that.  I had a treasured art work my mom had made with a ceramic glaze she developed 50 years ago that had layers of blue color that felt like the sky. I asked Cat if she’d consider a similar idea in her painting. 

 

The result was amazing.  An incredible one of a kind work  that explores layers of color blown across the surface with air! It’s a technique Cat was exploring and gives a feeling of sky and space like I never imagined.  Each day when I see it I’m proud to have an original commissioned work by Cat Gutierrez that also has a very personal meaning in that it pays homage to ideas mom tried to achieve in her work many years ago. I’ve placed the piece in my collection above a Salvador Dali Bronze , and the scale of the figure against Cat’s infinite sky is an exciting juxtaposition to see everyday.

Dan Guerra | Art Collector | Elk Grove, CA USA

We had been in our home for a few years but never found the right piece of art for our bedroom. We got married in the Presidio, and the landscape of the fog rolling through the eucalyptus and cypress groves reminds us of our special day. We knew we wanted a painting that was abstract, but reminiscent of this landscape. We discussed the size and color palette with Cat, and she created the perfect piece.

 

Now every time we enter our bedroom, we have this beautiful painting that reminds us of our wedding day!

Bryan + Kristin Posner | Art Lover | San Francisco, CA USA

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