Revival of the Arts

I finally broke through my art-funk last week, when I had a night alone and decided to work in the oil paints I’ve avoided forever. I used some of my most simple beach photographs and applied that simplicity to the paintings:   I finished two acrylics from my Ontario collection, and continue to work onContinue reading “Revival of the Arts”

Annual Christmas Art Show

CANADA: THE PROVINCES AND TERRITORIES 3rd Annual Christmas Show St. Mark’s Church Port Hope, Ontario Saturday, December 16th 12:30 – 4:30 PM This will be a joyful afternoon of exploring Canada through Artistic Landscapes. The original paintings will be for sale: 13 canvases (12 x 16 inches, gallery canvas), each one represents a province orContinue reading “Annual Christmas Art Show”

2018 Art Calendar

Well, what a learning curve! I finally decided to try and make an art calendar. Talk about being pushed beyond my comfort zone. I do as much business as possible locally. I do as much IN PERSON as possible. I dislike ordering bulk of anything, without seeing and feeling the first trial run of aContinue reading “2018 Art Calendar”

Canada Project: The Photos

Although I did not get as much painting done this week as I had planned, I did put together the portfolio of photos and summaries for the show. I also had 20 prints made of “Alberta Skies” ($15 each or $20 includes shipping), and cards of “West Wind Rushing In” ($5 each or 5 forContinue reading “Canada Project: The Photos”

The Canada Project Continues

Since my trip to Killarney at the end of August, I have been going non-stop. Over that last month I have re-visited the French River, Frontenac and The Petroglyphs. I feel very blessed to have access to these inspirational places, always a driving force behind my art. I find myself extremely unfocused in my projectsContinue reading “The Canada Project Continues”