It has been a while since I’ve blogged about any new pieces here… I was focusing on my traditional watercolours for the winter, although I did have a piece or two I hadn’t introduced.
For instance, there is this one which I called ‘Swiftly Tilting’. I had just read the whole Madeleine L’Engle series for the first time, so this image conjured up that title – you can imagine why! This is another one of my hand-painted pieces of fractal art – a watercolour on Aquabord. (Image here is watermarked). It is in a handmade black shadow-box frame (not shown).
I’ve created THREE new pieces that will be ready for visitors to see on the Oxford Studio Tour! It’s May 6 & 7 this year, and it is our 10th year for the tour! I am Stop #3 this time. I will be keeping the new pieces, (2 metal prints, 1 acrylic print) under wraps until the tour, because sometimes it is just better if people have the chance to see the art in person first.
Earlier this year, I was the one updating our website with all of this year’s locations, artist blurbs, sample art images, and maps. It’s going to be a great tour, and there are even more reasons to come to Oxford County what with part of Big Cheese Days happening the Saturday of that weekend too! Gunns Hill is right on the way down to Otterville from the 401 and their cheese is delicious!
It has been a very busy year of creating and exhibiting so far, and I hope that continues. I look forward to the tour, and to a more active year of blogging about my art too!