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”

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”

A Year In Review

One year ago, I held my first private art show “Two Days In Jasper.” It was a very small show, only 7 canvases (only 5 completed), quite experimental in my new style. The show gave me a positive push into 2016 ¬†when I received my first commissioned piece (along with 3 others this year). ItContinue reading “A Year In Review”

Canadian Landscapes

WELL. I’m struggling to start this blog entry. A week ago today, I returned from a 9 day trip across Canada. I have a friend who moved to Vancouver, so we drove her car out west and then I flew home. Holy memories! We have been friends for 27 years (we met when were 10Continue reading “Canadian Landscapes”

The Jasper Journey

The Jasper (art) Journey continues… After meeting with my art-bestie Jennifer Trefiak¬†this week, it became clear to me that despite already hosting “Two Days In Jasper” this journey is far from over. When I hosted the original show, I chose only 7 images to paint, out of hundreds of photos. Out of the 7 paintings,Continue reading “The Jasper Journey”

Greeted | Entering Jasper National Park

In August 2015, I took a trip to Jasper, Alberta, Canada. This trip changed my life dramatically, but more then anything else it changed the direction of my art. The photo above is one of the mountains on the left side of the highway, that gradually grew more majestic as we drove west. My sweetContinue reading “Greeted | Entering Jasper National Park”