Friday, October 15, 2010

Fall Buzz

It's the Fall BUZZ in the gallery! Fall is a great time of year to decorate your home with new artwork for all your upcoming holiday gatherings. As artwork is leaving the gallery and finding new homes we are constantly bringing in new pieces from all of our artists.

It was just last Thursday that we had the opening reception for Rick Bond's solo show in the gallery and planning has already kicked into high gear for shows in November and December. It's a crazy, busy & fun time of year! Here's a sample of some of the new pieces coming in...

Earlier THIS WEEK I received a shipment of 11 new paintings by Quebec artist Melan, one fantastic new painting by Regina artist Carl Schlademan and a bunch of new fibre art pieces from Brandy Lynn.

Energie Lumineuse, 30x60 acrylic on canvas by Melan

The Way You Smile, 20x60 acrylic on canvas by Carl Schlademan

Campfire Moon, 17x17 Fibre Art by Brandy Lynn

TODAY I'm expecting 10 new paintings by Quebec artist Gerard Lapointe.

Coloration d'automne, 30x36 oil on canvas by Gerard Lapointe

TOMORROW Melissa Jean is driving in from Kenora to give me a few new pieces for the upcoming new gallery artists show.

 Norman Park, 18x36 acrylic on canvas by Melissa Jean

In the NEXT TWO WEEKS I'm expecting 3 new paintings from B.C artist Peter Wyse, 6 new paintings from B.C. artist Angela Morgan and 7 new paintings from Winnipeg artist Hugh G Rice.

 The Lion Tamer, 24x24 acrylic on board by Peter Wyse

There's an ant in every giant,  60 x 40 oil on canvas by Angela Morgan

Plain Peace, 30x36 mixed media on canvas by Hugh G. Rice

That's 50 new pieces of artwork in about three weeks! It's so exciting when we get to unpack all these fabulous new works of art from all over Canada! I better get busy moving more Rick Bond paintings out the door to make room for all the new work.

Have a wonderful weekend! I'll be in my glory unpacking new artwork for the gallery :)


Lenore @ Lather. Write. Repeat. said...

Gorgeous pieces Jenny! I love that last one...


Jude said...

These are amazing pieces! I love the vivid colours in the Melan and Lapointe :) It's so great you have all this Canadian talent to showcase!

marie hamel said...

I agree with Jude and also love Melissa Jean's forest and Hugh Rice's Pain Peace.
My maiden name is LApointe so wonder who Gerard's grandparents or great grandparents are. My great grandfather was named Thomas and his wife Eliza.

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

Oh I love Melissa Jean- and the lion tamer is so cute- thanks for sharing-

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