The cold weather has set in and that is impetus to stay indoors and create. Looking to continually experiment with some new ideas for non-objective work…keeping loose and intuitive despite my tendency to make the same marks and shapes. Have to remember to paint differences and to edit more! Hopefully I can do that…
Getting ready for the Guelph Studio Tour which opens this weekend: Friday, Oct 13 7-9, Oct 14 10-6 and Oct 15 11-5. I will be at Dublin Church, corner of Suffolk and Dublin in Guelph downtown area. I will be joining several other must-see artists at this site. Lots of parking. See: www.guelphstudiotour.ca for complete info. Looking forward to seeing old and new friends.
I am pleased to be part of the new Stratford Studio Tour which opens on Friday, May 19, 7-9:30 PM and then continuing on through Saturday and Sunday, the 20th and 21st, from 10-5 PM. I will be showing at site #5, just around the corner from the ‘Soup Place’ in the atrium of the UofW Stratford Campus. Looking forward to meeting new friends and showing them both my landscape and abstract painting.
Ever since a trip visiting part of the Yukon I have been working on a series of paintings based on all the photos I took. It was a whirlwind trip but it left indelible memories. We were fortunate to be there in September during colour change and more fortunate that the weather was good! I started with some literal paintings and then progressed to abstraction and the discovery is continuting..I have a goal to do 12 paintings. Here are a few….
I will be showing both small and large works at the Guelph Studio Tour 2016, October 14-16. I will be sharing a large space with some other artists; we will be at the Dublin Street Church, corner of Suffolk and Dublin, Guelph, Ontario. Hours are Friday (14th) from 7-9 PM, Saturday (15th) 10-6 and Sunday (16th) 11-5. For more info on the whole studio tour see www.guelphstudiotour.ca . Would love to see old and new friends…pop in to say “hello” and enjoy all the wonderful art from a group of artists. See realistic, expressionistic, and abstract and mixed media paintings