Welcome to my world of painting and creating…
The fall season is one of my favourite times of year…
… for pickling, pruning, and drives in the country.
… When the evenings come sooner and cooler, and we bundle under blankets in front of the outdoor fireplace to enjoy the last of the crickets and the stars twinkling beyond the treetops.
Magical and inspirational.
While this wondrous change of season often has me quivering with awe and delight, I find I want to capture the colours and feelings in my paintings. Keep checking My Paintings for more additions over the next couple months…
… I am also so very excited to know that people from distant lands have visited my website over the past month, and a few have even written to me about their favourite paintings. Nothing could be more special to me, and magical!
As usual, I will continue to post news of my latest art escapades in Easel Tales . Check the latest, which includes an introduction to my “donc-le-papier” style of painting, a technique I have developed over the years, and take a look at what I have been up to…
Finally, I am in several shows and exhibitions over the next several months:
I have two paintings done in the “donc-le-papier” style, hanging in the 30th Art in the Workplace exhibition at McMaster Innovation Park, 105-175 Longwood Rd S. in Hamilton, Ontario. For more information about hours and location, click here.
At the end of October, the artist collective I belong to, The Niagara Shores Artists , will be back for a return engagement at the Holcim Gallery in the FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton for a 3-week exhibition. It will have been almost 2 years since our last exhibition there so be sure to come and see the new work each of us has to offer.
The Niagara Shores Artists will also have an exhibition at the Beamsville Library in the Fleming Centre (5020 Serena Dr, Beamsville, ON L0R 1B8) during November and December, 2019.
If you find yourself in the Niagara Region, be sure to visit the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre (247 Ricardo St., Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON), where I display paintings on a regular basis.