Wild at Heart
Pushing myself in a new direction ..... painting smaller images than usual. Thought I would share some of the process/steps along the way. Ready to hang Acrylic painting on 20" x 20" Gallery Wrapped Canvas....$200.00.
Haven't touched this painting in a few days ..... time to reflect and decide if it's done. Been a great journey exploring a few different techniques with sponges and colour. Happy with the results!
Preparing for fall exhibition at Pynelogs Art Gallery and Cultural Centre in Invermere, British Columbia this is a work in progress on a Autumn landscape painting. The first 2 paintings are a quick study on a 9" x 11" canvas. Expressing my love of Autumn and it's rich colours I am now working on a 2' x 3' Gallery Wrapped Canvas. Loosely sketching out my drawing the first layers of colours are mostly complimentary colours. For the background I used organic sponges to layer in the colours. To create the leaves in the foreground i tried several different brushes as well as a palette knife. Dabbing the paint on with a No. 2 Robert Simmons brush gave the results i was looking for! ....... more update to come!
work in progress .....
Work in progress ......
The Magical Bee
12" x 24" Acrylic Painting on Gallery Profile Canvas
Work by LaVerna Peters, Ann Holtby Jones and Colleen Routley
Flowers are Blooming at Cranbrook Arts Gallery on Baker Street!
So pleased to be selected as one of the featured artists for the 2017 Pynelogs Gallery Season. Along with 4 other artists I will be exhibiting my art at the Pynelogs Gallery in Invermere, B.C. September 12th to 30th. Pynelogs Art Gallery is growing in popularity as a favorite destination for a cultural experience and I am thrilled to be a part of it this year. An Artist Party Soiree is planned and I have the opportunity to invite my friends, family and potential clients to the event. Stay tuned for posting of date for Artist Party Soiree!
Maui Holidays .... sketching
Two weeks in the sun just would not be complete without some quick watercolour sketches to add to my art diary. Perhaps a painting combining these images with memories and photos taken while in Maui.
"Art is not in the eye of the beholder ..... it is in the soul of the Artist."