See 71 works by 5 artists — including three by yours truly. The show has been well-received with 13 sales so far. An enthusiastic return to local shows. More to come!
Some months since last we updated these pages, with nothing much (personally) new in this time of changes. Planning shows for the Glengarry Artists’ Collective – details will be posted – and struggling with several canvases. Or, more accurately, with the way I’m reacting to the canvases. I’m attempting calmer and quieter paint applications. ByContinue reading “Where do the time go?”
EXTENDED to 27 NOVEMBER! Abstrakt Thinking 1-28 octobre 2021. Georges Laoun Opticien 1396 Sherbrooke St West Montreal QC H3G 1J5 Yes, in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts … building.
As a co-founder and energetic volunteer for the Glengarry Artists’ Collective I’ve been heavily involved in the third iteration of this art show. 6-weeks of Art in the Street, 24/7 as WOW Returns to Alexandria The popular art expo returns to Main Street, Alexandria, Ontario on 11 September. Open to the art-curious 24 hours/day, WOW is 104Continue reading “Bringing Art To the World (well, to my town anyway)”
The Glengarry Artists’ Collective has its third annual show at the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan, Ontario. About 30 recent works will be on display in the schoolhouse. Live music on opening day, 31 July. I’ll be there with two recent works, celebrating a move towards exhibits. (More to come.)
May 2020 Not a lot has changed in a month, playing in the studio is ongoing. Got in a couple of books on Hockney’s work to feed my painterly soul. The physical distancing required by COVID-19 creates lots of time to paint, experiment, play, consider & adjust. Time for Tea? is a statement and a query.Continue reading “Diary of a small painting”
I’ve been pouring creativity into the kitchen & garden this past month. Created four kinds of tomato soup! A Thai-inspired sweet potato soup is in the slow cooker now & goat curry is braising in the oven. Miss being served surprises in restaurants but certainly creating variety at home. A new 30-foot garden bed meandersContinue reading “Soup is creative, right?”
The first rule for creating an art collection is to buy what you love! Once your acquisition is home, you need to place it. We’re encouraged to hang works so the midpoint is at eye level–but it depends. If you have one or only a few pieces on a wall, that works well. But anContinue reading “Well Hung”