Monday, February 12, 2018

Since my husband retired, I now live in a small town lost somewhere in southern Ontario. Responding to a call for submission, I opened my cedar chest and pulled out my live model drawings from the distant past. It seemed so long time ago, yet it felt like yesterday. I had to wake myself up and revitalize my art if I was going to answer this call from Detroit and enter a piece of my art into their International Erotic Art Exhibition, The Detroit Dirty Show.  Slowly, “Honey Bear” came to life pairing one of my live model drawings  with a cross between a long tongued sun bear and a sweet, cuddly black bear. Join me for the show, The Detroit Dirty Show 19 @ The Russel Industrial Center, 1600 Clay St., Detroit, MI. Remaining show times are Friday, February 16, 2018 from 7 pm to 2 am and/or Saturday, February 17, 2018 from 7 pm to 2 am.

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Thursday July 13, 2017

Grist Mill - large-watermarkedJust wanted to share with LaSalle, Ontario my mural proposal for their Bell Box Mural Project. This painted image is my interpretation of the grist mill built on  the property of Simon Amable Drouillard at Turkey Creek circa 1780. The grist mill is believed to be the first commercial, industrial enterprise in Ontario.

Wednesday May 11, 2016

Come out and join us this weekend to welcome Kingsville’s newest shopping venue, Windblown & Weathered Studio & Gallery at 10 Division St. N. The GRAND OPENING is this weekend, anytime from Friday, May 13 to Sunday, May 15, 2016. As the feature artist I will be present on Saturday, May 14 from 7-9 pm. Make a point to join us this weekend!!

2016-18 Autumn on Cedar Creek-em-wm

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Finally, my home town has a real Art Gallery! Windblown & Weathered Studio & Gallery is owned and operated by local artist, Susan Dupont Baptista. She will open her doors which are located at 10 Division St. N., Kingsville, ON on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Her grand opening is planned for mid May and I will keep you updated with regard to the actual date as I learn more.

Twenty of my paintings have been  hung, one of which is titled “Rotary Memorial Park”. It is a  plein air painting, started at the park in Cottam, ON and finished in my studio in Kingsville, ON.