52nd National Catalog


16” x 20” — Oil $3,000

If you look carefully along the northeastern coastline of America you can still find remnants of old fishing shacks. These were used in the past and sometimes today to house the equipment needed for the arduous profession of the fisherman. As new and modern buildings are erected it’s getting more difficult to find the nostalgic buildings. I wanted to preserve in an oil painting the look so prevalent in the past along the shores of America.

LIN É TUTWILER • WAOW Associate • IN • www.tutwilerfineart.com Lin é Tutwiler is a nationally-known oil painter having won gold, silver and bronze medals. She has painted professionally for over 50 years, while, with her husband raising and homeschooling six children. She is an associate member of WAOW, and signature member of OPA. Some of her paintings have been shown and hang in corporate offices of NBA Bank, Gordons of Gloucester, NIPSCO, Lucasfilm and Acme Archives. She was also invited to exhibit in The Great American Artist Exhibition Cincinnati, and the Hockaday Museum, Wyoming.


Made with FlippingBook Learn more on our blog