Friday, November 20, 2015

                               Painting from my Newfoundland series. Enjoy!

Saturday, November 14, 2015

                                       This past summer Sue and I went for lovely walk in
                                       one of our favorite trails. It was overcast, and then the
                                       sun broke out. This is what I saw. Well, not exactly.
                                       A little interpretation crept in . Looked great in a frame.
                                       It now hangs on a lovely person's wall.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

                              Sunflowers continue to fascinate people. Almost always the
                              favourite subject matter at my art shows. Vincent must have
                              been on to something. If you looked at this piece closely you'd
                              see lots of surface marking as part of the under painting. I built
                              the subject matter into the 'automatic' and intuitive markings.

Friday, October 23, 2015

    This the same place below, just a little different treatment !

Thursday, October 22, 2015

                                   Thank you to all the wonderful people who came to my studio
                                   this past weekend to enjoy the Stouffville Studio. We had lots
                                   of goodies and great conversations. Our tour was quite successful
                                   as we had 31 artists of all types of media participating.
                                   This painting is another from the Newfoundland trip.
                                   Specifically, it's Change Island.

Monday, October 5, 2015

                                           This painting has progressed since I took the
                                           picture. Part of a trees series. I have used lots
                                           of medium ( modelling paste) collage, and glazing
                                           to create sense of depth in otherwise flatly modelled
                                           branches. Layers of colour have been added.