I looked out the side door of my house during a snow storm and this is what I “saw”. Thank you winter of 2015!
This painting sold while at Figg Street in April 2016.
This painting was a delight to create. I had completely different intentions, but it was like the canvas had a mind of its own! It sold while at Figg Street Co. in April 2016.
This picture I found in a photo album. I fell in love with the colours that reminded me of my childhood use of pencil crayons. It sold at the Figg Street Co. Gallery and Store in April 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 16” x 20”, framed.
This was one of my first paintings where I focused on the background and started developing my own style. It sold privately in 2013. Acrylic on watercolour paper, 28” x 20”, framed.
City Sunset was an adventure to paint. I certainly put much energy and love into it–and it turned out exactly how I wanted it to! And, it went to a great home. The dimension was 36” x 48”. It sold at the SCAA Art Lovers’ Soiree in February 2016.
Sorrento is the first of several pieces I created that focused on sky, land mass, and water/sea. It sold at the Queenston Show in October 2015. Acrylic on canvas, framed.
Like “Sorrento”, this painting focused on sky, land mass, and water/river. It sold at the Queenston Show in October 2015. Acrylic on canvas, framed.
Sunset A and Sunset B
I created both paintings side-by-side simultaneously. I found it a delight to create–I tried new self-taught techniques and explored colour combinations.
Both sold at the Figg Street Co. in April 2015. Both: acrylic on canvas,
This is one of my earlier paintings–created just after “Green Umbrella”. I had just returned from a holiday in Cape Cod. The painting sold while on exhibit at the Niagara Pumphouse in October 2015. Acrylic on watercolour paper, 28” x 20”, framed.
Daisies Daisies was a delight to paint. It sold at the Figg Street Co. in April 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 12” x 12”.
Inspired by Monet
Who doesn’t love Monet? His use of colours and light. This painting I enjoyed completing according to my own emerging style. It was a joy to paint. Sold at Figg Street Co. in April 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 16” x 20”.
This is based on a photo I took of my friend’s backyard–Lake Erie! Port Colborne is in the far distance. It sold at the Mount Carmel Art Show in September 2014. Acrylic on canvas, 16” x 20”.
This was a delight to paint! I really enjoyed playing with the layers of colours and textures. It went to a great home! It sold at the St. Catharines Art Association Art Lovers’ Soiree in February 2016. It measured 24”x40”–acrylic on canvas.