“Coiled”, my bighorn skull drawing, has won second place in the Federation of Canadian Artists‘ Small, Smaller, Smallest show. Needless to say, I am thrilled!
The show features 84 pieces in a variety of styles and media, all 165 square inches or less in size. It can be viewed at the Federation Gallery at 1241 Cartwright Street on Granville Island from August 22 to September 3. If you find yourself in Vancouver, go check it out.
If you can’t make it, you can also view the show here.
July 1, 2017 marks 150 years of Confederation, which means Canada celebrates a big, round birthday this year!
The Island Illustrator Society kicks off the sesquicentennial with vintage-style travel posters that showcase Big Canadian Stuff – some of the giant natural and man-made icons that Canada is known for.
The show can be viewed at Coast Collective in Colwood between January 4 and 29, and will travel to other venues later in the year.
Posters are for sale, and all seventeen can be viewed on the Island Illustrators Society website.
The Studio Tour is back!
I will be sharing space with Margaret Case and her fabulous landscapes again. Come by between 12:00 noon and 4:30 pm on Saturday, April 16 or Sunday, April 17 to meet us, chat about art, and see what we have been up to.
To download a brochure for the event that includes a map and details of all artists involved from the Oak Bay Recreation website, click on the icon above.
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If you would like to see some my work up-close and “in person”, come and meet me in the upcoming Artists’ Studio Tour! This is a fun, free, two-day event involving more than 30 Oak Bay artists who work in a range of media. I will be showing my drawings along with Margaret Case, who creates beautiful acrylic paintings and photography.
For a brochure of the event (from the Oak Bay Recreation website), click on the green image at the top of the post.
Hopefully see you there!