Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Watercolour Classes Jan. 9 - Mar. 6, '23


Hello Fellow Artists! To enroll in the Monday Morning Watercolour Classes at Neilson Park Creative Centre in Toronto just email Sharon at - and let her know who you are and that you want to enroll in my Winter 2023 classes. 

The classes start on Jan. 9 and go until Mar. 6th. Desks are 6' apart.

The cost is $200 for 8 classes (#woohoo #gooddeal). 

They are held at 56 NEILSON DRIVE in Toronto/Etobicoke from 9:30am-12pm.

Here's allll the info below - 

Monday, October 24, 2022

Annual Christmas Market Craft Sale


I know, I know... we haven't even had Halloween yet! But, the following Saturday, I'll have a table at the Annual Christmas Market Craft Sale. It's a super fun, affordable, crafts-y show. I'll have small paintings, crochet christmas tree ornaments and hand-painted cards. Lots to see on November 5th from 10-4pmET.
Toronto - 361 Danforth Ave. at Chester Subway Station. You'll see the big sign!

Sunday, October 16, 2022

Sunnybrook Hospital Hall Show


If you're in Toronto and you happen to be near or going to the Sunnybrook Hospital, check out all the art hanging in the D wing! There are over 8 of us, from Central Connection, with 6 paintings each brightening the walls. If you want to take one home with you, pay at the gift shop. It's also online here -
Sunnybrook Hospital - 2075 Bayview Avenue, Toronto. 
very proud that they chose my painting for the poster!

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Inktober - Nest


The prompt word 'nest' encouraged me to check the free images site called Pixabay, where this lovely image popped up. This nest idea is now on my 'Winter Painting' list. I've bought some long thin canvases (10x20), since I love the format, and on those snowy days I hope to try them out. Perhaps you'll be seeing more nests in the new year! ; )

Monday, October 10, 2022

Inktober - Gargoyle, Scurry and Bouquet

 So far, I'm having a blast participating in Inktober 2022

For the month of October, artists are encouraged to do a daily drawing with ink.
By following the prompt list, I end up painting a lot of things I might not paint.
I'm using the Elegant Writer Pens by Speedball. They're watersoluble so, the dark ink bleeds as I add watercolour, a look I enjoy for this project.