New work 🤍 My reference was from a bit of ditch water down the street, leading to what we call Frog Pond.
💫Beauty is everywhere💫
36x36 / acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas / available
Today’s the day! Swing by @westlandgallery and have a 👀 and chat with @moore_n and @tracybultjeartist and me 🤍 1:00-4:00, 156 Wortley Road, London. If you can’t make it to the opening but would still like to see Rooted and Refreshed, the show runs till Saturday, August 28th.
I love how you can bring out different colours on paintings depending what’s in the room with them. And that tub! ✨
This piece will be at @westlandgallery in London for my show Rooted and Refreshed with @moore_n and @tracybultjeartist. You’re invited to the opening this Saturday from 1-4. Would love to see you there! #abstractpainting #abstractedlandscape #canadianartist #artshowopening #colourful #fresh #interiors
Looking back at 2020 saw my painting take a bit of a backseat—sustaining concentration was often a challenge 😑—but I started up a tea towel business that has been very gratifying. Definitely a plus. I also ran a kindness project (another plus). I discovered a love of Cheetos and Nerds (this has got to be a minus. Apparently desperate times do require desperate measures). I loved seeing all the “C’est va bien aller”s in people’s windows. I did not love that hugs and handshakes got cancelled. I loved seeing so many people out walking in the evenings. I did not love not being able to have people in our home. And on and on.
So here’s to 2021. May it be a kinder year. I wish each of you days filled with love, peace and belonging. A gentle spirit and curious, intelligent conversation. Laughter to chase away sadness. Drive out loneliness and ask for what you need. Onward.