Welcome to KEW Dartmouth!
Artwork getting installed. My “Escape Under Blue” is greeting you at the door!
Her Steady Horizon. A triptych of a woman’s journey through the changing waters towards an unknown future. “Shore”, “Surf”, and “Sea”. Each 36″ x 36″ Oil on canvas.
This series NEEDS this couch!!! (I bet Ray can give you a deal if you buy the whole package!)
My two Peggy’s Cove pieces also got displayed for sale. It’s the first time I’ve hung them side by side. I like the contrast between the different extreme perspectives of the same subject.
We’re pretty happy with how it turned out! Oh, and we had some wines! Many thanks to Ray Frizzell for such a beautiful venue for my show, and for being such a great supporter of my artwork! xox
It is a grey and SUPER rainy day where I am, here in the Nova Scotia. It’s the perfect kind of day to hunker down in your pajamas, under a blanket, with hot coffee and a book. And cake. Maybe some chips. So, I, of course, decided this was the day to head out to our local marina and wander around the boats. I did have a great chat about future artistic collaborations and having a couple of my marine type pieces featured in their boat house. AND I had an awesome tour of a wee ship that I may get to host artist workshops on next year!
In celebration of my soggy return, here’s my earlier acrylic Turner storm piece, to illustrate my morning! You can snag Prints on Society6 and message me about the 24″ x 36″ original.
One of my earlier, 18″ x 24″, acrylic paintings was sold to a Chicago collector! It’s a quirky piece, one of my personal favorites as I was developing my style with a new medium for me. I know it has found a good home!