I was included in an exhibit at the Riverbrink Art Museum in Queenston Ontario. The exhibit was entitled “Dreams and Schemes: Building the Welland Canal”. The exhibit ran from September to January 2018. The exhibit showed about 40 pieces of art in a variety of media, Watercolour, Pastel, Pencil and Oils and includes one sketch, of a Canal Lock, by Tom Thomson. I’m thrilled to have been a part of this exhibit as 1 of 2 living artists in this show.
As unique as 2020 was for us all, I had funn teaching. We had a great batch of students who were quite ready to get out of the house!
The Pumphouse NOTL – January 2020 – Watercolour 201
The Pumphouse NOTL – January 2020 – A 2-day workshop on Perspective, 1 pt and 2 pt
RiverBrink Art Museum in Queenston – February 2020 – Portraits in Watercolour
The Pumphouse – July – Plein Air
The Pumphouse – August – Pastel
The Pumphouse -September – Watercolour
RiverBrink – October – Copy your favourite Group of Seven painting
We’re trying to get a few classes off the ground for the Spring and Summer, like, Plein Air /Urban Sketching in Watercolour and Pastel and Perspective Workshops.
We shall see what 2021 has in store for us!