18″x18″ mixed media painting on paper covered canvas. The sides are 3″ deep and are a continuum of the painting.
This painting will be at The Duxbury Gallery this weekend. Click HERE for more info.
If your are interested in this painting you can contact me directly firstname.lastname@example.org
18″x 36″ mixed media painting on paper covered canvas. The sides are 3″ deep and are a continuum of the painting.
Doesn’t this sound like fun?! Hope to see your there!
mixed media on paper, 10″x13″ (GUESS WHO?)
As some of you may know, I have been accepted into Night Of Arists this year. This is very exciting for me. I remember, ages ago, traveling around Alberta while Chris performed at several NOA events. It was always a great night and yet, a little hard for me. Here were all of these great artists doing their thing. Putting themselves out there and I was too much of a coward to let anyone see my art. I really did hide away and sometimes would go months if not more without drawing or painting at all. Can you say envious? Or, I will be honest, JEALOUS? It felt kind of lousy, even though I was there celebrating and supporting my husband’s music and drinking in the beautiful art surrounding me, deep in the pit of my belly, it hurt.
SO GUESS WHAT?????? Now I get to REALLY celebrate NOA the way it should be celebrated. For the first time.
I have to tell you, hopefully without sounding like a cocky-cockhead, I am really proud of myself. Yeah me!
Thank you Denise, Chris R. and Sandra b/c I know you bugged Phil to let me in. And thanks Phil for listening to those three wise women.
NOW I BETTER START PAINTING OR I WON”T HAVE ANYTHING TO SHOW! YIKES!
Tickets available by contacting moi, email@example.com for $25 each. (Free ACEO giclee of one my pieces for each ticket purchased.)
We have the most amazing pear tree growing in our back yard. I get real pleasure looking at this tree that we planted, only three years ago, in a yard that had nothing (and I mean NOTHING) in it. Not only has this tree tripled in size but it has fruit for the first time! This in EDMONTON! Truly amazing. This painting pays homage to our pear tree. The fruit hasn’t really made it to this size but one can dream.