I had so much fun at my very first public showing of my artwork! Met some wonderful people, sold a variety of works including original paintings, metal prints, cards and fridge magnets. And yes, free sprinkle donuts for everyone who bought some art! The Abbotsford Farm Market is amazing, with so many great vendors!
Free sprinkle donut with every purchase!First customer, Mary-Anne, with an assortment of art cards!Budding artist Faith with her tiny fridge magnet art, and her lovely Mom who also bought some paintings. This kid was so articulate and passionate about her art, we promised to get together so she could teach me how to draw faces, and I can teach her about textured acrylics! Barry Redl is a true hero…we share a common experience in working in Williams Lake during the 2017 BC Wildfires. Barry stayed behind and tended to the area livestock and helped fight fires during the evacuations. My hero!
Fresh new hand-painted fridge magnets on the drying rack, getting ready for next week’s show!
Making my art even more affordable! My products are great for gift giving, or to treat yourself and your home/office with some one-of-a-kind paintings or limited edition prints. Now that’s a hot sale!
I love love love “Mt. Baker in Autumn” on metal! Super sexy glossy!
There are two tall spruce trees along Whatcom Road in Abbotsford BC Canada, with a view of Mt. Baker in Washington USA. One of my favourite views, it has inspired another painting… stay tuned!
I was inspired by the tulips just beginning to peek up from the earth in my garden, waiting to bloom! Acrylic on canvas.
Mount Baker in Autumn, view from Abbotsford, BC Canada.
Acrylic on Canvas.
On this rare snow day, I was inspired to paint Mount Baker (Washington USA) view from Abbotsford, BC Canada. First layer done and drying… can’t wait til it’s done! And can’t wait to ski there once again!
#MountBaker #SnowDay #acryliconcanvas
My new piece is darker and stormier than usual.