A teaser, for the portrait I am putting some final touches on.
Acrylic on canvas
4 x 3ft
2019 🌚 Continuously inspired by nature... falling in love with it’s changing beauty and hidden moments ✨
— 2nd half of a diptych
“Window III”, 2019. 24”x24”, acrylic on canvas. The whole process including some photoshop mock-ups while in a state of indecision.
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Beautiful hi-tech art. But even when I speak it's language, my computer looks at me blankly.
Who knows what lake this is in my painting Reader by the Lake?
“Window II”, 2019. 24”x24”, Acrylic on canvas. I documented the whole process this time, including the variations I mocked up in photoshop when I felt options paralysis in the middle of the process.
This was what I was working on last week. Some family genealogy art for y’all. Each envelope features food which my grandmas make. One is Sweet and Sour Chili Ribs, and the other is Welsh Cakes. I wanted to combine the ideas of genealogy, and passing down recipes. Much like the recipe of genes which make us, as individuals. The art also features sewing patterns and my grandmothers’ family trees, connecting it to maternal linage. It also features stamps and other postage markers to refer to connections made to each other even when we’re far apart. .
What’s a food you remember your family making, or a recipe you got handed down to you?
Can't get to an easel today. So I'm painting with wool at The Wool Shop in Parksville!
Good morning🌞 Welcoming the creative and colourful ✨🎨✨
Coast Collective's latest exhibition BEGINNINGS 2019 welcomes art from new artists who have never shown in a gallery exhibition before, as well as art from artists exploring a whole new medium. Come out and support these brave emerging artists! The show runs from January 16 to January 27, 2019, and our Meet the Artists Reception is on Saturday, January 19 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Coast Collective is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 11-5 pm. Start this new year off with BEGINNINGS 2019. We look forward to seeing you.
First canvas in twenty years is done! “Window I”, 2019. Acrylic on canvas. 24”x24”. Photos show it in its various states, though I think I missed a few steps. :)
Spilt Milk, cropped. I'm not crying over it.