t’s hard to believe we’ve just turned the page to September. Where has the summer gone!?
Actually I have had a really nice summer. Though we didn’t take any of our usual week-long trips away, I have immensely enjoyed this season at home with daily morning walks and the rhythms of a week off, a week on cooking (I share that job with hubby), managing to keep cool with our assortment of portable fans.
Because I was around town, I was able to apply to have my work exhibited in several local art exhibitions and sales through the Langley and Abbotsford Arts Councils.
The Big Tiny, a show of 4×4 inch tiny art, was sponsored by the Abbotsford Arts Council. It ran throughout June at Kariton Gallery in Abbotsford. Seven of my 4 x 4 inch tiny paintings were on display there.
Check out my gallery of Miniatures at Daily Paintworks to purchase these and other tiny paintings ($20 – $40 CAD + postage).
Two of my critter paintings (“Masked Fisher” and “Moose Crossing”) were included in the LAC-sponsored “Beasts of B.C” exhibition on view at Timm’s Community Center from July 20 – August 29th.
These 7×7 inch mixed media paintings are available – $60 unframed, $100 framed + postage. If interested use the Contact form on this site to let me know.
Just this Tuesday the LAC staff hung the Senior’s Group Exhibition at the Langley Civic Centre, 20338 – 65 Ave., Langley, BC. My painting “Grandma’s Iron” is part of that show. You can visit this show in person until October 10, 2022. You can also view it online HERE.