The Day Fell Heavy Upon Him
Having fun using up some smaller bits of paper that I had been using as palettes!
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Spring Comes To Eslha7an
So I’ve decided that although I will participate in ‘Canada 150’ exhibits this year, I will only be showing art which is of animals and nature or First Nations villages.
This painting depicts Eslha7an in the spring, as seen from Vancouver in the late 1880s. My Great x4 Gramma, who was born in Stanley Park (Whoi Whoi), lived there. They called her ‘Aunt Polly’, or “Mrs. Chief Harry “(Kwíselshn). She passed in 1943.
This painting will be available for show and sale at the Union Pacific in Victoria from June 29th – July 6th.
Here are a few more random #Southpaw works! I’m loving my new Derwent XL charcoal!
Just received my letter yay! This show will be from June 20 – July 2, my work Canoes at Eslhá7an, 1888 will be shown (and available for sale!).
I hope you can get out to see it in real life;-) It’s lots of layers and I’m especially proud of my canoes~
I am SO honoured to have my work displayed at the Roll Academy for the summer! All of my largest pieces and all with special summer pricing just for youuuuu!
Please take a look at their website for hours and stop by when you can, and hey why not take a class? Seriously this group is the bomb and I am so over the moon happy! The work they do is so important and needed!!! Please support them however you can~they are all about paying it forward!
Today is more prep for tomorrow’s load in at a super fab venue! Loads of white walls and kids – a venue made for me;-)
I find it amazing and so rewarding when I discover a new tool! Look what my left hand can do!
These remind me so much of Don Cherry’s dogs ‘Blue’, so I named them Blue 1 and Blue 2.