November 2013 Blog Posts (9)

Cajun Bayou Belles

Have been working on the camping trip for a long time. I'm about to totally finish the 16 x 20 painting. Then Going to make prints of it and hang the original  on my wall. Working on any thing for my belles makes me so happy. If all goes well my short story will go on the back side of the painting.

winter is here!!! we do not get it for very long.

Added by Darlene R. Businelle on November 27, 2013 at 1:47pm — 1 Comment


Well life, the reality of life, has taken over my artistic freedom and of late I have none.  It has been hectic.  I have been facilitating a number of art therapy workshops (which is great) and the preparation has involved all of my free time.  But...these workshops are easing with Christmas on the horizon and the summer holidays here in Aus when life begins a slower pace while universities and school are closed.  Roads become quieter and as the weather heats up people stop inside with…


Added by Marion Kaye on November 17, 2013 at 7:19am — 2 Comments

candle glas

the latest pieces i've done are these candle glasses using window colors. i've also produced some more with different motives. you can see them in the background. they will be sold at a charity christmas market.

Added by Marion Polaschek on November 11, 2013 at 9:50pm — No Comments


Hello, everyone! I am new here...just stumbled across this site in my search for other "artsy" people out there! I am really glad I found you all. No one in my "real life" is into art, so it's nice to find others who share my interest.

A little background info about me....I loved drawing and sketching when I was a child all the way through my teen years, but then life happened and got in the way. I put down the sketch pencils and became lost when I discovered boys. :)



Added by lorraine heath on November 9, 2013 at 1:30pm — 4 Comments

Painting my paintings for the summer gallery.

Well I have started to paint the paintings for my gallery next summer. Already am feeling the pressure! Anyway I am doing a few boat paintings over the next while and I decided to use some retardant in my paintings so I can blend the water a bit better. Can't say I like the stuff. It didn't blend well with the acrylic paint and left a rough surface in comparison to the plain paint. I learned to paint without it and I guess I will continue to paint without it.

I am doing PEI Dirt…


Added by Sylvia on November 6, 2013 at 3:00am — 1 Comment

Shibori silk in purples

Added by Kathy Winemiller on November 3, 2013 at 11:20am — 1 Comment


Added by Kathy Winemiller on November 3, 2013 at 11:17am — No Comments

Kathy's Horizon

Added by Kathy Winemiller on November 3, 2013 at 11:15am — No Comments

HELP! Am I forgetting anything? Less than Two Months to "Big Break" Exhibition

Eeek, I've now passed the two-months-to-go mark. I install my Passions: Red & Black show at The Art Bar of Toronto's artsy Gladstone Hotel on December 23. While every day eats into my 7-page to-do list, there are still SO many items still to accomplish.

Paintings are all completed. Oh yeah, some still need D-rings installed to conform to the gallery's hanging system, but that's a matter of two hours some Saturday morning. Soon. I'm buying the rolls of bubble wrap…


Added by Ev McTaggart on November 1, 2013 at 4:01pm — 5 Comments

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