2020 In Review


Thank you to everyone who joined me on ZOOM for my first (and hopefully last?) virtual art show! I still have a few pieces for sale, if you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for the Canada-Lover in your life!

Thank you to artist Jennifer Trefiak who trusted me enough, to let me borrow her handmade glass ornaments to help make my show a little more festive!


Despite lack of events due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, I have been fortunate to have had multiple custom orders this year. I can’t even share all the photos yet, because Christmas isn’t quite over! However, you can check out some of them under “Custom Work” on the website.

This is a current work in progress:


I sold two paintings (posted above) out of “Sumac Street” in the Northumberland Hills Hospital in December! There is a new painting up there now, although I do not encourage you to drop in during the pandemic, but here are some pictures:

If by chance you are interested in purchasing the current painting, contact me directly and we will work out an arrangement to get it to you.

SOTH has created a few virtual shows on their website too, and you can view a few of my pieces included in “Exteriors.”


I will be participating in a group show at Northumberland Arts Gallery and Shop, in Port Hope, during February and March. Be sure to stop in and see a variety of local artists’ work on display. I will have a blog about this in the New Year, so stay tuned for details then!

The plan for future work, is to start painting larger-scale landscapes. I have a 36×48 inch canvas waiting for inspiration to hit, along with two 18×24 inch canvases to explore.

Currently I have a 20×30 inch in progress of Lake Louise, Alberta:

Stay in touch! You can follow my progress on Instagram @Burke_Untitled. I occassionally post on Facebook too, Jennifer Anne Burke.

Wishing everyone a safe and peaceful holiday. See you back on the blog in 2021!

Published by JenniferAnneBurke

Yogini since I was 17. Certified yoga instructor since I was 24. Totaling over 20 years of experience. Thousands of hours of practice, teaching, learning, sharing, loving, growing. I believe yoga needs to be made accessible to all people, even if that means simply practicing breath work. My business is named "The Gentle Way of Hatha" because from my personal experience it is the gentle practice that has been the most liberating, and what I wish to share with others. The essence of yoga: inner peace. Finding your calm in the chaos of life. Artist my whole life. Failed OCAD (well I didn't really give it a chance, I dropped out after one semester). Continue to create regardless. Check out JenniferAnneBurke.com to view my work. I love to travel, and hope to make it to Iceland in 2020 for an art adventure.

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