Andrew and I were scheduled to have a 2-person show this summer. What with the COVID situation, the show was cancelled and yet… we still have all that work in our studio! I’ll show you what’s been happening on my side of the studio over the past year or so, below. Larger versions of this work can be found in Nature Work and Landscapes.
I’ve made progress on finding a surface that really works for me (Arches oil painting paper) and have started seeing a personal style develop. This is something most artists strive for and I’m very happy to see it and to push myself to keep on track with it.
All work is for sale (unless indicated). Please email Faye if you are interested.
My second set of 6 small bird paintings. The original paintings are for sale (unless indicated) as well as a set of 6 greeting cards (on demand). Please email Faye if you are interested.
The Mean One
Working on composition and the flow of the eye as well as painting style on the wonderful oil paper. A closer and more abstract view of the landscape and light we see in the forests here in BC. Working with colour and visual texture. One of my favourites because of the contrasting light and balance of structural and organic details.
A local farm scene (Sooke) and the texture of rock formations in Jasper, Alberta
An in-progress view of Jasper mountains.
A wet coast scene at Cattle Point and a flowing Athabasca river.