London Drugs – “Local Inspirations”
At London Drugs, Gibsons, BC
I am very excited about an exhibition of selected reproductions of my paintings at London Drugs in Gibsons, at their Photo Department, as part of their “Local Inspirations” series.
The show is curated by Mariann and continues until February 16, 2016. Reproduced images are:
At London Drugs in Photo Department, Gibsons, BC
- Owl – “Who?!”
- “Cassius Clay” – boxing
- Dog – “Opal”
- Horse – “Shades of Grey”
- “Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium”
- Hockey – “Practice”
- Horses – “The Herd”
- Dogs – “Zack and Gus”
- Horse – “The Bay”, and
- French Bulldog – “Babe”
In many cases, the prints are larger than the original paintings.
Thank you to the worker bees at London Drugs in the Photo Department and especially to Manager Mariann who printed off and foam-cored the backs of the bamboo papered images and printed the “Fungus” images on canvas.
Also on display at London Drugs are the amazingly reproduced purses, coasters and puzzles that London Drugs does for me using my original artwork of commissioned paintings as well as self-motivated paintings.
Reproductions: Prints, coasters, puzzles, and purses.
Mariann, Manager, Photo Department, London Drugs, Gibsons.
RAFFLE of Horse Print on February 14, 2016!
The Horse reproduction entitled “Shades of Neigh” is being raffled off February 14, Valentine’s Day! Raffle tickets are available at the Photo Department’s counter. Reproduced images will be for sale at my studio after the show on February 16 and the dog images will be on display at “Hungry Dog Café”, 3625 West 29th Ave., Vancouver (in Dunbar: a Café that serves delicious food for humans from 8:00 am – 5:00pm!).
BC Sports Hall of Fame!
A reminder: Purses and coasters and original Sports paintings are on sale at BC Sports Hall of Fame at BC Place, Vancouver, until March, 2016. Again, a big thank you to Jason Beck, Curator, and the awesome staff at BC Sports Hall of Fame for their amazing contribution to the success of this exhibition.
BedFord Gallery, California - “SAFE AT HOME: A National Survey of Baseball Art”
I am happy that from April 10 to June 12, my painting entitled, “Ted Williams: Color Field” will be in a Museum Show called “SAFE AT HOME: A National Survey of Baseball Art”, at the Bedford Gallery of the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, California.
Doris Crowston Gallery: Sechelt – “Arbutus Tree”
20″ x 16″, frame, acrylic, $850
My “Arbutus Tree” painting is in a fabulous group show in Sechelt at the Doris Crowston Gallery until February 7, 2016. Please visit and see 94 local artists displaying an eclectic array of images both 2-D and 3-D from metals to textiles to acrylic, oil, and watercolour paintings.
990 Chaster Road, Studio and Gallery: Ettinger
And, after a lively holiday season, my studio and art gallery is opened once again. Drop by but please phone me first at 604-209-6074 to make sure I’m there!
Happy 2016 to all!