Paula Cahill

"Gilded," 2021
"Gilded," 2021

gouache on archival paper, 17"x21", $550

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"Clash II," 2021
"Clash II," 2021

gouache on archival paper, 17"x21", $550

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"02H20," 2021
"02H20," 2021

gouache on archival paper, 17"x21", $550

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"Night Rodeo," 2018
"Night Rodeo," 2018

gouache on archival paper, 24"x30", $600

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"0105," 2018
"0105," 2018

gouache and acrylic on archival paper, 24"x30", $600

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"0103," 2018
"0103," 2018

gouache and acrylic on archival paper, 24"x30", $600

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"The Right Missing," 2014
"The Right Missing," 2014

oil and graphite on linen, 38"x"42", $2,600

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"Encounter," 2013
"Encounter," 2013

oil and graphite on linen, 48"x62", $6,200

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"Current II," 2017
"Current II," 2017

gouache and ink on archival paper, 18"x21", $550

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"Sprinkler," 2011
"Sprinkler," 2011

oil on canvas, 84"x72", $8,500 currently on sale for $6,800

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"Cleopatra II," 2020
"Cleopatra II," 2020

oil on canvas, 48"x36", $3,400

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"No Diving," 2011
"No Diving," 2011

oil & Sharpie on linen, 96"x72", $8,500 on sale for $6,800

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"Sound of Sharks," 2011
"Sound of Sharks," 2011

oil on linen, 72"x96", $8,500 currently on sale for $6,800

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"Glass Bottom," 2011
"Glass Bottom," 2011

oil on linen, 72"x96", $8,500 currently on sale for $6,800

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Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Cahill pursued an education in the arts after relocating to the Philadelphia area. Cahill was trained in Realism, and her education at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Tyler School of art laid the foundation for her later work in abstraction. In her current series of linear abstract compositions, a single, luminous line created from 100 gradients of color gently meanders and seamlessly connects back to itself. Cahill’s range of color is derived from her memories of scuba diving among tropical fish on the worldʼs coral reefs, and the bioluminescent light that emanates from sea-life at deep, dark depths.

Cahill's work has been widely exhibited in the U.S. and have garnered regional awards including "Best of Show" in the "Celebration of Life" exhibit at the Perelman Center, and honorable mentions at Goggleworks and the Abington Art Center. Her paintings are held in private, public, and corporate collections including Temple University, Capital One, and PNC Bank Corporation. 

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