The launch party for Art Bites was Thursday evening -- the finished book (which looks amazing) contains recipes, anecdotes and original artworks to go with them, by various artists who have participated in the Arts on the Credit show and/or tour. The cover and my page spread are shown. If you missed the launch evening, you can pick up your copy at the spring show in April.
You may remember the post about Framing? Sometimes, as with work on paper, including a mat (or mount) in the frame can really highlight the work. Matting can also detract, for example, if the white of the mat and the paper are not a good match, one Consider the option of framing without a mat. Your framer will help you decide. If you do include a mat, it may help protect the work from any moisture that gets in the frame, and keep any of the pastels, etc. used in the work o
This is one of my favourites at the moment - partly, it's orange. Partly, it's painted on a deep square canvas. The piece is inspired by and based on a marigold flower. It's also the March image in my 2018 calendar.
Acrylic on Canvas, 2017
24" x 24"
Exciting news! Arts on the Credit, the people who run a couple of annual shows I have been participating in, have come out with a fundraiser in the form of a cookbook. Various artists from these shows have each contributed a recipe, anecdote, and artwork to this project, which is set to launch on March 22. The books will be available for purchase at the launch, and at the shows. Visit my upcoming events page for launch details. Here is a peek at the process work for my pi