My painting ‘ Distant Tree’ is on display at the Art Gallery of Burlington until Feb. 25, 2020
Jan. 22 to Feb. 2, 2020
Happy to have my painting ‘Passionate Petals’ included in this great show.
I am happy and honoured to just find out that my painting ‘Fish Candy’ has been accepted into the National Oil and Acrylic Society’s International Fall Online Exhibition. Out of almost 1200 entries from around the globe 150 artists were selected. Glad to be included with all these great artists. Check out the art at https://www.noaps.org/2019-fall-online
‘Fish Candy‘ 20” x 30” Oil on Canvas
During our busy and hectic schedules, It can be a real treat to take the time and just sit down at your local restaurant or cafe to relax with a cup of coffee. It is even more enjoyable when you are greeted with a genuine and welcoming smile, or perhaps even a little conversation. Pleasant morning encounters such as this, just help to get the day off to a good start. When someone puts in that extra effort to spread a little joy and happiness into my day, I just have to say, “Keep the Change.”
This painting is currently on display at the Art Gallery of Burlington in the Small is Beautiful Exhibition.
Happy to be part of this show. Some great artwork. Come to the Art Gallery of Burlington and check it out.
I was honoured to be accepted into the National Oil and Acrylic Painters’ Society 2019 Best of America Show hosted by Montgomery Lee Fine Art in Park City Utah. 125 artists were accepted into the show. I was even more honoured and delighted to later find out that my painting ‘Red Pipe Wrench’ was awarded ‘Best Technique and Handling’
Congratulations to all the other accepted artists and award winners. Check out all the great art at www.noaps.org
When I was young I would spend hours looking through the ‘Le Baron’ catalogue that I picked up at the Sportsman Show. I would study all the fishing lures and tackle trying to decide what belonged in my collection. When I got to visit a store where fishing gear was sold I would be in awe. All the racks of colourful lures and equipment would be on display like sparkling jewelry. After selecting what ever I could afford at the time, I would go home and organize my tackle box, while at the same time anticipating and dreaming of the next trip out on the water. When I finally got out there, usually at the crack of dawn, it was time to select the right lure and cast it across the still water in hopes that that bass lurking under the surface would see it as ‘Fish Candy’ and go for it.
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