New Year New Plans

2018 has been pretty amazing. I have sold 12 of 13 paintings from my Canada series (the final one left is Saskatchewan, if you’re interested); I have put plans in the works for a future (art) trip to Iceland (Check out my Facebook Page: Jennifer Anne Burke, The Iceland Project); and Jennifer Trefiak and I hosted our annual summer show along with our first exhibit at the Trent Hills Library in Campbellford.  For the first time I also participated in St.Mark’s Christmas Market, and was thrilled with the warm response.

Thank you to everyone for your ongoing support! Whether you are buying art, sharing my website, liking my posts, or just following my blogs – every bit counts and I am forever grateful for that. Here is a final summary of 2018 leading into 2019:


The Art Gallery of Northumberland (located on the top floor of Victoria Hall in Cobourg), is now selling my calendars, gift cards, and prints. Go check them out next time you are strolling down town! They are also having an open house on Tuesday, December 11th (details in poster below).


I have shipped off a small 3-panel collection to Nova Scotia for a “WEE ART” exhibit. This exhibit is a collection of artists who contribute their own work, but all in a 6×6 inch dimension. Cool idea, eh?!

These pieces sell for $75 each – check out their website, maybe you will find something you like!


My “Northumberland’s Rolling Hills” is now hanging in the Northumberland Hills Hospital. If you want to view the collection of art displayed there by Spirit of The Hills, just enter in the front doors, follow the hall to the right, and then take a stroll down “Sumac Street” (you will see the sign).

ontario summer
30×30 inches, Acrylic on Gallery Canvas, $600

Spirit Of The Hills is an art organization that has been rotating art through the hospital since 2016. This is the 6th exhibition at this venue (and the second one I have displayed in). SOTH gives 10% of all sales to the  hospital. Here’s a sneak peak of current display:


Because I have no new plans for my work (until I make it to Iceland that is); I feel this will be a good year for me to focus on custom paintings. Although Canadian Landscapes are my favourite subject, keep in mind these examples of custom work I have done in the past:

Published by JenniferAnneBurke

Life-long yogini and artist. Child and Youth Worker. Passionate about Canadian road-tripping, camping, nature, and living life to the fullest.

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