Saturday, January 12, 2019

December Morning

8x10 acrylic on canvas

A closer look at one of my pieces from the December show at Gallery 629 in Merrickville. Winter is one of my favourite seasons to express visually. Snowy mornings, misty light, sparkling whites, long shadows, light halos...all inspire! This is a scene looking out my back window onto a neighbours' property - a mystical moment to recreate.

Happy New Year!

Happy 2019! While my posts have been few and far between I have been very productive art-wise. September - December was incredibly full - art classes (mixed media), a solo art show, and then Christmas. Now that January is here I am catching my creative breath, setting a new studio rhythm, and looking ahead to a new year of expression.

Gallery 629 Solo Show 

 The Gallery is closed for the month of January but the online site is
available for browsing my work and that of the other gallery artists.

Friday, November 23, 2018

Christmas Show Invite

December is around the corner. My studio has been a hive of creative pursuit in readiness for this upcoming show. It's exciting - a first gallery show outside of the Yukon!
Ontario has provided lots of inspiration as I move forward: artist friends+ art classes = art community. The now familiar, local landscape, changing seasons, and the beauty of nature fuel my mind with ideas to explore and express. Ontario has become home.

Saturday, July 14, 2018


6x12 Acrylic on cradled gallery panel
Once again green and growing things hold my creative interest. I'm on a flower role again - poppies, no less! I'm continuously thinking up new ways to capture them.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Harvest Path

6x6 Oil on cradled panel

Spring is in full swing here. I'm gearing up for a gallery opening in June - details to follow. In the meantime I'm continuing to paint with oils; loving the creamy, blendability of the medium. A remembered scene from my walks in Ontario.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Monday, December 11, 2017

Snow Day SOLD

SOLD 8x8 Acrylic on Canvas
Merry Christmas!
Snowy days are indeed here. That means lots of scenes like this are part of the landscape. Makes me want to be a kid again.