Now for something different

I recently put my artwork in a show that will be on display for four months.  If you are in the neighbourhood it can be found at The Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre at 2303 Bridge St, Oakville, Ontario.

Now since most of you are nowhere near, I thought I would give you a peek.  All of these paintings were done between September 2017 and December 2018.

I hope you enjoy . . .

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16 Paintings in total.  I also included some of my quips on the little cards explaining the work.  I did 5 paintings 20×24, 5 paintings 18×20, 5 painting 9×12, and one odd one.  They are all acrylic on canvas or canvas board.  It was an adventure for me.  I wonder what’s next . . .

 

Oh, and if you are wondering what the writing is on one painting . . . here it is:

Water Fight

Water that is clean

Should be our right

Every new glass

As we hold it tight

We once dipped our toes

In crystal clean ponds

And dreamed of the day

When all nature bonds

Responsibility is ours

To make it all right

So never forget

It’s time now to fight!

33 thoughts on “Now for something different

  1. Dan Antion

    These are very good, Pam. I should have read the whole post before trying to zoom in on the paper falling through the water (I love that painting) trying to read the words. My other favorite is the one with the yellow fish. Good luck with the show.

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  2. Murphy's Law

    I am in awe of your artistic talent. We see bits and pieces of it in various posts, but seeing your “show” brings it to a whole new level. I love the one with the bright yellow fish. And the boot. And the blue fish next to the boot. Hell, I like them all!! Thanks for sharing what’s written on the paper…. that’s the first thing I zoomed in trying to read! 😂😂

    Best of luck with the show. I hope you are sufficiently proud of your accomplishment. These paintings represent many hours of intense work and also represent a big piece of you. Kudos my friend.
    🐾Ginger 🐾

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