This Member's Showcase features Artists in Canada's Active Membership who are dedicated to producing new artwork and crafts. Find Canadian art from paintings in oil, acrylic, watercolour, as well as mixed media, photography, drawings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, wood working and jewelry. Pay no commissions. All transactions are with the artist unless represented by Artists in Canada. Prices are the same as dealing with the artist.
The laws of attraction cannot be denied. You meet as total strangers, opposite sides of the spectrum and then eyes lock; just for a split second, but you know! Your entire world is irrevocably enchanted in less than a moment. That moment to be forever embraced through life’s ups and downs. ‘ I Only Have Eyes For You’ endures. Chinese Ink on Rice Paper with gold flecks; Unframed: 21”x21”; Natural Frame, under glass: 26.5”x 26.5”
Silent Night… brings to mind peace, love and beauty. Canadian themes abound with the aurora borealis, winter trees and a warm home. What makes it perfect? Seeing 2 girls playing hockey on a pond of ice, each at one with themselves in the night and lost in the game. The original ‘Hockey Night in Canada'. 30”hx22”w; Chinese Ink on Washi (Japanese paper); 7/8” birch panel substrate, black floating frame
This painting continues with the emphasis of the water element as the life force for the forest. This painting is unframed on a birch gallery panel (1 1/2" deep).
This depicts the earth’s elements as they relate to the sustainability of the woods and their myths, which can be morph in time through re-telling of ancient legends. Textures of a variety of wood is featured. This painting is unframed on a birch gallery panel (1 1/2" deep).
Lately my city has been building very high buildings at an extraordinary rate. Construction is all around, and the designs ,or lack thereof, are a common topic of conversation. I like to record my surroundings and I find there is something of the childhood memories , with all its nostalgia in seeing the large construction machines. So in honour of my childhood memories and those of my two grown boys I present to you the ubiquitous 'Machines ' or 'chines' as my boys used to call them. I hope they evoke a little something in you.
Ethereal night sky with phosphorescent stars that glow in the dark.