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Current Work

Again this year I have paintings in the window of BJ’s in Dundarave as part of the for the West Vancouver 2015 Harmony Art Festival.The festival opens on July 31 and will run until August 15.

Here are the 3 paintings shown in their window:

At the  Dundarave Seawall

Dundarave Benchesl #1, acrylic, 30″ x 15″

Dundarave on a Sunny Day, arrylic

Dundarave Benches #2, acrylic, 30″ x 15″

Coastal Station, acrylic

Lonley Beach, acrylic, 40″ x 15″

If you are in Vancouver this summer, give me a call or E-Mail me and I will be happy to show you my work.

LAST YEARS WORK

In March 2014, I was selected for a group show at the Silk Purse Gallery. I had a show there in October.  My recent work shown here was in that show. I also had paintings for different venues during the West Vancouver 2014 Harmony Art Festival in late June.

Moo, acrylic, 36

Moo, acrylic, 36″x48″

The Year of the Wooden Horse, acrylic, 24

The Year of the Wooden Horse, acrylic, 24″x36″

 

Zebras, acrylic, 24'x36
Zebras, acrylic, 24’x36″ 
Running Wild, acrylic, 36
Running Free,
acrylic, 21″x31″

Girl with Lamb, acrylic, 24

Girl with Lamb, acrylic, 24″x24″

Other than the 3 BJs Women, the following paintings shown were painted in 2013 and are ones that have not been included in shows. To see the paintings from shows go to Past Shows..

 

Storm, acrylic on canvas, 48″ x 72″

I have also had fun preparing for the West Vancouver 2012 Harmony Art Festival.  I entered several paintings for jurying for two different venues during the festival in late June.  I also prepared 3, acrylic on canvas, 20’x48′, paintings for the windows in BJ’s clothing store in Dundarave Village.

A Dream of Horses 1, acrylic on canvas, 36″ x 48″

A Dream of Horses 2, acrylic on canvas, 36″ x48″

Alberta Winter, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 48″

A Quiet Moment, acrylic on canvas, 36″ x 48″

The Welsh Cob Pony , acrylic, 36″ x 48″ . .

Iberian Horse, acrylic, 36″ x 48″

The Ghost in the Wind, acrylic, 36″x48″

Ghost on the Shore, acrylic on canvas, 36″x 48″

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I am continuing with a more abstract and dynamic portrail of my horses. I enjoy capturing the spirit of them on my canvas.

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Wild Run, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 48″

I continualy heading off in other directions as well.  I have been told that I should focus on a single style and a theme, but I have so many other ideas that I need to explore.  Here are the results of these directions.

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A Very Good Year, watercolor, framed, 17 1/2″x 26″”

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Seasons, Fall, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 36″

Some bold almost surealist acrylic paintings and a visit to my early still lifes with a more free nature watercolors. Below is a watercolor painting of my sister, Sally’s Sunflowers.

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Sally’s Sunflowers, watercolor, framed 17″x22″

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4 Comments
  1. Ross Quick permalink

    I knew we had some talented artists in the family but Wow! Beautiful work in deed. Our Son Tyler thought the zebras was an actual photo and had us fooled as well. All the best with your upcoming show.

    Much love to you and the family,

    Ross

  2. Patty, We are so proud of you. Love the zebras and your studio.What a good example you are to all our family. You are such a doll. Love, Mary Jo and Tom

  3. Rhoxanne permalink

    Wow Patty! Absolutely amazing artwork. I love the photo of you actually painting. I think Dorothy would enjoy that photo, as well…working in an inspiring space and being creative. I, too love the zebras and thought they were real. The light in their eyes are very reflective of how playful they are as creatures. Billy, baby and I would love to see your work in person one day. Love to you and all the Kanucks! Rhox

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