Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The Heart of Fernwood SOLD

This is the heart of Victoria's Fernwood
neighbourhood with all of the "art and heart" buildings
that I mention in one of my earlier posts.
The building to the far left is the Belfry Theatre and the building
behind the pink cherry tree is home to the She Said Gallery.
Across the street there is the Fernwood Inn
and the Cornerstone Cafe.
The black dog from "In Fernwood" found it's way
into this one
and so did a VW van...
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"The Heart of Fernwood"
acrylic on canvas
24 x 24
SOLD

Friday, February 13, 2009

1713 1/2 Government Street SOLD

Happy Valentine's Day!

This week I had the pleasure of
being invited to do a demonstration for
Studio 30 Art Club, (a wonderful, friendly
group of artists who meet in Saanich), and
this scene of
Victoria's Chinatown is the result.
I was inspired by the reds with the bits of
blue and the one round shape among all of the rectangles.
acrylic on canvas
24 x 12
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This painting is available. Please contact the Mercurio Gallery for more information.
SOLD


Thursday, February 12, 2009

Coton Girls SOLD

Coton's Grocery, (originally named Round the Corner),
was a small neighbourhood grocery store operated
by Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Coton and their three
daughters Eileen, Pat, & Marjorie.
Marjorie's daughter, Mary, (who commissioned this painting),
remembers working in the store as well.
Although the building is currently used as a
private residence, it is on record as
"the best preserved storefront in Esquimalt".
acrylic on canvas
16 x 20
SOLD

Saturday, February 7, 2009

In Fernwood SOLD

This is a scene from the center of Fernwood,
a vibrant community full of heart and art.
The buildings in this painting are the Fernwood Inn
and the Cornerstone Cafe
which are across the street from
the Belfry Theatre and the She Said Gallery.
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"In Fernwood"
acrylic on canvas
24 x 12
SOLD
Private Collection
Fernwood BC Canada

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