49th Annual Art Auction

the River's bend
Acrylic Painting

Dundas Valley School of Art

Free Preview Dates

Thursday, April 4 & Friday April 5, 2019
9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Saturday, April 6, 2019
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Live Auction Night

Saturday, April 6, 2019
Doors open 7:00 pm

Live Auction 8:00 pm
Tickets $35 in advance, $40 at the door

This is the biggest art auction of the year and is the main fundraiser for the Dundas School of Art. The event is well attended every year and hundreds of pieces are art are auctioned off or bought through the silent auction.

Although I have sold pieces of art every year since 2011, last year was the first time I actually went on one of the free entrance days. It was packed!  I was amazed at the caliber of art for sale and humbled that my art has consistently sold. There is something for every taste. If you’re in the market for art then this is the place for you!

These three paintings of mine will be in the Silent Auction:

A wildflower and bush land featuring a farm in the distance
12 x 12 acrylic Reserve Bid $85
the River's bend
12 x 16 acrylic Reserved Bid $85
A blue canoe
16 x 20 acrylic Reserve Bid $85
Boathouse on St. Lawrence River
Acrylic Painting
McMaster Innovation Park – Art in the Workplace Summer 2019

IVP – 30th Art in the Workplace Exhibition On display and available for sale are two of my boathouse paintings:  Innovation Park is located on Longwood Road South, Hamilton, ON.  The facility is open Mon to Fri from 9 to 5 pm.  The opening exhibition is August 1, 2019 at …

Old Mill in Fall acrylic
Acrylic Painting
Exhibiting the Old Grist Mill in Martintown, Ontario This Summer

Upcoming Art Exhibit – Aug. 4, 2019 Once again, I have the privilege of exhibiting with other artists at the Old Grist Mill in Martintown, Ontario (about 12 miles out of Cornwall).  Again, the date is Sunday, August 4, 2019, the weekend of the Highland Games in neighboring Maxville.  The …

A little boathouse and boats by a lake
Acrylic Painting
Painting Series

Painting in Series Sometimes it’s hard to come up with a whole series of paintings on one subject. However, the buildings, boats and docks come in a seemingly endless variety of size, shape and color. The paintings can become predictable after a time, but they offer a variety of choices …