July 2014: Many New Paintings

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Tree of Peace 46″ x 42″ encaustic on panel

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Navigation: Starlings & Stars 30″ x 60″ diptych, encaustic on panel

 

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Poetic Landscape 16″ x 80″ multipanel, encaustic

 

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A Change in the Weather 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel

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Whippoorwill Song 30″ x 70″ encaustic on panel

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Wurld 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel

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Reminiscent 24″ x 24″ encaustic on panel

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Blackbird 24″ x 24″ encaustic on panel

 

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Four 8″ x 8″ encaustics from my Habitats series for TOAE

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Come and see me at Booth i 14, at Nathan Phillips Square for the 53rd Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, July 4, 5, 6

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Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition July 4, 5, 6 at Nathan Phillips Square!

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Black Spruce 20″ x 40″ encaustic on panel: available at Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

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Travel the Trail of Fire 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel: available at Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition happens July 4, 5 and 6 at Nathan Phillips Square. Make sure not to miss this amazing show. Come say hi and see my new landscape encaustic paintings: Booth i 14.

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Four new paintings for Gallery 133, May 2014

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Red River 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel: available at Gallery 133, Toronto www.gallery133.com

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Soo Line 2 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel: available at Gallery 133, Toronto www.gallery133.com

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Soo Line 3, 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel: available at Gallery 133, Toronto www.gallery133.com

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The Mapmakers 30″ x 30″ encaustic on panel SOLD

 

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New paintings for May

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I’m busy painting for the 53rd annual Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, July 3, 4, 5 at Nathan Phillips Square. For now though, here are four recent small encaustics.

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Rustle 12″ x 12″ encaustic on panel SOLD

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Softly 12″ x 12″ encaustic on panel: available at Gallery 133, Toronto www.gallery133.com

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Avril II 12″ x 12″ encaustic on panel SOLD

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Hush 12″ x 12″ encaustic on panel: available at Gallery 133, Toronto www.gallery133.com

 

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April 2014

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Still 40" x 40" encaustic on panel

Still 40″ x 40″ encaustic on panel: available at Wall Space Gallery, Ottawa

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Embrace 48″ x 36″ encaustic on panel: available at Wall Space Gallery Ottawa

 

Reflectant 42" x 48" encaustic on panel

Reflectant 42″ x 48″ encaustic on panel

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Forest Home 36″ x 36″ encaustic on panel: available at Wall Space Gallery, Ottawa

 

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Lucky”

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Lucky 36″ x 36″ encaustic and oil on panel: available at MJG Gallery, Toronto

I was thrilled to have my painting “Lucky” accepted into theOntario Society of Artists 141st Open Juried Show at the John B Aird Gallery, Toronto,  April 2014; the theme of which was “Game”.
“Lucky”,  one of only 38 works accepted out of 235 entries, addresses the theme on a couple levels: I tried to suggest the feel of an old style shooting gallery — faded and a bit tawdry; the animals themselves are what a hunter would perceive as “game” — however, the illustrations are from my old children’s books, and in mind also is the strange concept that, as children, we read books about animals who talk and think and manage families, yet some people grow into adults who shoot for sport these same creatures. The target in the painting is obviously in reference to the shooting gallery concept, and less-obviously, a nod to the great abstract expressionist and encaustic painter Jasper Johns. Lucky would be the person who won at the shooting gallery, and lucky indeed the animals who escape the hunter’s gun.

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