2020 In Review

A COVID STYLE CHRISTMAS

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!

CUSTOM ART

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:

SPIRIT OF THE HILLS (SOTH)

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.”

COMING UP IN 2021

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

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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