My joint exhibition at Earls Court Gallery in Hamilton, with the amazing pastel artist Clarence Porter, continues until November 11. My body of work for the show consists of abstracted landscape‐based work, filled with the textures and colours, and the play of light and shadow that I encounter daily on my walks, swims and paddles in the rugged and wild part of Ontario that I live.
I have delivered many new abstract, landscape‐based paintings to Earls Court Gallery for my dual‐artist show,“I Frequently Go There…”, Oct 5 to Nov 11. I am thrilled that two of these pieces were sold even before I made my delivery! To see the rest of this new body of work, visit Earls Court Gallery in Hamilton!
“I Frequently Go There…” is the title of the exhibition at Earls Court Gallery, Hamilton, of new work by myself and by landscape artist Clarence Porter. The show pairs work inspired by environments beloved by each — my organic, abstract cold wax paintings, lush with the colours, light and textures that surround me on the wild east side of Algonquin Park, and moody, poetic pastel landscapes of Cootes Paradise in Hamilton, by Clarence Porter.
Opening reception is Thursday, October 5, 7 — 9 pm, with both artists in attendance.