I’m still not sure I believe spring is really here, although it has technically been here since March 20th. The sun feels closer, warmer, and stays out longer, with wonderful sunrises and sunsets daily. All the snow is gone from the water front. Mostly we’ve had calm waters and clear skies. At the very least, spring is in the air.
With the upcoming show at the Campbellford Library, I’ve been inspired to clear out the studio space. I’ve been taking old paintings down, paintings that I had wanted to keep for myself, and am packing them up for the show in May. If you had your eye on any of these, they will be up for sale:
Meanwhile, I continue to work on the Ontario canvases for the July show. I’m also working on a personal piece for myself (northern lights):
It’s been a fun (but somewhat slow) process playing with a new colour palette, brush strokes, and none-canadian-landscape. If you haven’t watched “Under The Arctic Sky” you should, and you will see why I was inspired to paint this.
You will also see why I was inspired to pull out this old relic of a film camera:
Yet another creative project on the horizon….