Painting Winter Scene Helps Me Keep Cool

Pond skating party
Acrylic Painting

Enjoying a Skate

Winter is not my favorite season, but painting winter seemed to relieve some of the humidity and heat of this summer weather.  It also helps to have some winter art on hand for various exhibitions; although, seeing green or fall colors can be uplifting in the winter.  It might just be that concentrating on a cold painting focuses the attention on depicting cold by the color choices; thereby, helping me to feel the cold.  Maybe it’s just all in my head…

Outdoors Skating: 12 x 16″ acrylic on canvas $300 

 

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 …

Hydrageas Galore behind the white picket fence
Acrylic Painting
Spring Exhibition at IVP

McMaster Innovation Park Opening Exhibition March 28, 2019   Along with many other artists, I will have one piece of art in the exhibition – a 12 x 12 inch Acrylic entitled The White Picket Fence $300.  Must remain in the exhibition to the end June 26, 2019.