Sunday, January 6, 2013

January Art Shows

January is going to be a busy month for art shows. On Wednesday, a new group show is starting at the Foyer Gallery: Brush with Colour. On the poster above, you may recognize my Abe Lincoln posterized portrait which I have never displayed in a show before. I will also be showing 2 Venetian cityscapes: one photographic work and the other, a photo-based digital artwork. I am currently working on a large commission and at the same time preparing smaller pieces for a big show in March.
Venetian Life - Photobased Digital Artwork

The Venetian Way -  Photography
At the same time, I have 3 paintings at the Civic Hospital Mall Gallery until the end of January. The Rothwell Gallery Miniature Show where I have several paintings ( including the Inukshuk in the invitation poster above and some of my painted earrings) continues until Jan. 16th. I am also showing a large varnished watercolor, The Independent Ones,  at the Ottawa Little Theatre with the Ottawa Art Association. And, of course, I continue to show my jewelry and small pieces at the Ottawa School of Art, downtown campus....My house is starting to look bare with so many of my paintings on the road:-)
I hope that your 2013 is off to a tremendous start!

8 comments:

  1. Wow, you have started the year off running! Best of luck with the shows. Your work is beautiful!

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  2. Good luck with the shows! x

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  3. Best of luck with your shows, Christiane...you've really been busy. I'll go through your archives to see what you've been doing as I've let my muse take a vacation as of late and am just not getting back to painting...missed seeing your work.

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  4. Mollie, it is so great to hear from you! I have missed you. I will be following your latest crystal painting.
    Take care.

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  5. love venetian life christiane ..good luck with the show ...they must look good when varnished the wooden panels

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    1. Thank you, Jane. I think be both share a great love for Venice:-)
      I do enjoy varnishing the artwork on wooden panels.

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