Pictured at right:
Oil on canvas, 36″ x 28″
Included in this Newsletter:
Oil on canvas 36 x 28
Ron pays tribute to majestic Clover Point, located on the shores of Victoria. Wind-whipped waves crash upon beached kelp as the storm clouds build – a typical west coast day.
For Ron’s upcoming solo exhibition in October, his brush will capture the magnificence of the beaches that flank the Juan de Fuca trail…China Beach, Mystic Beach and Botany Bay.
New Dawn Fades
Mixed media 60 x 48
“My work is an evolution, a continuation of an idea. When I begin a series, I start with charcoal on paper. I get as many of these raw concepts down on paper as I can. This exploration period may last for days or weeks until I feel I have developed these designs enough to begin working on canvas. Some of these forms have been nurtured and developed for years, transforming into repeating themes and patterns in my paintings.” – Blu Smith
Dark Star Bulb
Ceramic 8.5 x 15
Bill began creating ceramics in 1970 while pursuing his art education in Sweden. Over the years, his work evolved, and in 2002 he discovered zinc-silicate crystal glazes. His stunning vessels are collected worldwide.
On the Full Moon
Resin on panel 20 x 20
Linzy’s passion for moon rise is beautifully executed in this serene painting. Starting with acrylic on panel, with touches of gold for highlight, she completes the process with a liquid resin which intensifies the palette.
Winchelsea Evening Sky
Oil on canvas 24 x 36
Brent takes inspiration from his immediate surroundings in this amazing view out his backdoor. His masterful technique pulls the viewer past wispy clouds and azure seas to the sunlit Gulf Islands that make up his daily vista.
Heather, Catherine, Kathleen & Amber