Moondance

Moondance ………….. Using this Payne’s Grey acrylic paint that was gifted to me and loving it.
I love to paint on a black canvas however the grey is a bit softer and more interesting to work with.

black birds got me

Experimenting in Collage...

One day workshop in Collage and texture…. my own critic says the birds are too much in the center of the piece.

Perhaps if i learn anything is to take more chances !!
So here goes ………….

I started an acrylic painting of ( guess what ) a black bird …………….still want the words there tho’

♪ ♫ Blackbird singing in the dead of night ♫ ♪

♪ ♪ Music and Art ♫ ♫

There is music in the air !!

I currently have art in two shows. 

The Art Space in Huntsville.

The Bohemian Cafe and Gallery in Bracebridge.

Friday I drive to Haliburton for an all day workshop at the Haliburton School of the Arts.

I am truly blessed.

A large thanks to all who support me on this journey.

Art in the Park ……….

 The Art Walk
Huntsville
July 9, 2011

Congratulations Huntsville on a very successful day!

 The 1st Nations area was a hit with the locals and I must say the fellow that did the Emcee position did a great job.

I had a successful day , sold a couple of paintings and many cards ……….. folks seem to like my cards.

 Thanks to everyone who stopped by to see me and those who continue to support my work.

A special thanks to Terry Gill, my teacher, my friend and my earth angle .

Saturday July 9, 10am-4pm River Mill Park Huntsville / Muskoka

Saturday July 9, 10am-4pm
River Mill Park

Come for a stroll through the park and enjoy an eclectic mix of artistic experiences, live art and sales with over 30 participants.  Featured this year will be a Native Village offering Native Artisans.  The festival stage will be occupied throughout the day with Native Story tellers, drum circles, singing groups and dancers.  Featured performers will be John Somosi, The Singing Birds, Storyteller Tim Yearington, the BIG Drum Group and Terry Sahanatian.

come out and see my latest artwork !!

Dancing with the Wheel

 I seem to have a shift happening going back to the “wheel” the “circle” and feathers. These are things I painted a long time ago. The Native mood of my early work got left behind at some point and I am now moved to return to this work.

I love working with a black surface and using metallic paints. Now if I could just clean my drafting table off of all the “stuff” that has landed there in the past week or so …………… I could keep painting.