Event: Portraits of Imaginary Friends Location: St. Germain Cafe and Gallery, Penticton Dates: April 7th to May 16th 2016 Details: Imaginary Friends of artists from the South Okanagan, and Vancouver. Artists: Kristian Adam, Megan Majewski, Rebekah Plett, Tasha Zimich, Jan Little, Jenny Long, Sarah Fahey, Julia Iredale, Jessie Dunlop, Flavia, Andrea Hooge
Event: Traction Art Exhibit Location: Tumbleweed Gallery, Penticton Dates: November 19th 2015 to June 20th 2016 Details: New works of art from the 8 artists of the Tumbleweed Gallery Collective. Artists: Jill Leir Salter, Liz Marshall, Susan McCarrell, W.L. Hibberd, Jenny Long, Kirsten Lee, Jessie Dunlop.
Event: Eight Versus 200 Art Exhibit at the St. Germain Cafe and Gallery, Penticton. Dates: November 19th 2015 to January 6th 2016 Details: Artwork from a selection of local artists, all priced at $200. Artists: Jessie Dunlop, Bethany Handfield, Kristine Lee, Jan Little, Jenny Long, Liz Marshall, Carol Munro, Heather Yip.
Some photos from the “Muse Unconventional Art” Drawing session at Art House Penticton. The event was on August 21st 2015, and the next is scheduled for September 18th 2015 🙂 Models donned costumes, with a mermaid vs. Steampunk and burlesque dancer vs challenge cyclist.
Woman in a forest of shattered glass, with owl watching silently from her shoulder. Acrylic on Canvas. Painted at Art House from November 2014 through to August 2015. It has gone through many changes.
Acrylic on Canvas, size is 24″ x 24″. This painting has been a work in progress since May of 2015, and has undergone many transformations. I am happy to say that it is finally finished!
Girl with a Gun and Blue Rose (2015) Acrylic Canvas, size 8″ x 8″
Molly and the Giraffe Acrylic on Canvas, size 8″ x 8″. Inspired by vintage photographs, painted in inverse colour scheme and experimenting with textures.
New Work in Acrylic Paint – Putting on a Brave Face. Painted on a wooden 12×12″ birch canvas. Submission for the 7th Annual Psychiatric Art Show: Beyond words, How does your garden grow? The guide lines asked for artists to paint art works relating to their emotions. Artist Statement: “People with autism are taught that Read more about Putting on a Brave Face[…]
The Almost Portrait Painted on a 9″ x 12″ baked birch canvas. Intended portrait of the artist’s sister, Amber Dunlop. Painting is based on a photograph that was taken a year ago, in a clothing store in Bristol, England. Artist’s Statement: “This was intended as a portrait of my younger sister Amber. Unfortunately, any one Read more about The Almost Portrait[…]