I am happy to share that my landscape painting, Evening Cruise, has been accepted into Landscapes exhibition at FCA’s federal gallery in Vancouver. This show will be running from June 15 till the end of the month. Looking forward to traveling to Vancouver and visiting this art show.
Share your stories! The 2020 theme for the Annual International Art Exhibition (AIMAE) is; “story”. Hosted by the Federation of Canadian Artists, AIMAE is a solution for artists looking to exhibit in Vancouver, Canada from all over the world. Awaiting you are 200 original artworks, telling the artists’ story.
The exhibition runs from May 25 – June 14.Gallery is open 7 days a week. Alternatively you can also enjoy a online version of the exhibition.
You can see and buy my painting (below) in person in Federation Gallery or online.
I am very happy to announce that my painting “Do Not Disturb” will be part of the 2020 Animalis exhibition.
My painting is depicting a cat, sitting on the stone steps on a cool February afternoon in Valletta, Malta. This is not my cat, it is a street cat, but it had a really powerful attitude and was fearless. I felt a great connection with that personality so here it is, a cat called: Do Not Disturb! I have never had a pet cat nor will I ever have one, but cats often approach me so I will probably paint cats again.
I have produced a video last week for Arts Matter Online, organized by Penticton and District Community Arts Council. This video is supported by Penticton & District Community Arts Council, Province of BC, Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen, Canada Helps, Gore Mutual, and generous community sponsors
The 2020 Social Distancing Exhibition is a testament to the power of the visual arts and it’s inherent ability to bring people together, even when they are forced to be physically and socially distant. Featuring 292 pieces by international artists, enjoy the exhibition here. Online from April 10th – April 30th
My painting, One Strawberry Away, is part of this exhibition and is available for sale through Federation Gallery.
This painting is inspired by the latest imposed trend of social distancing. Unnaturally organized, line up of strawberries, with middle one surgically cut, to emphasize the unnaturally sterile order of things during quarantine. Lines and order in one completely paranoid state are interrupted with playful shadows disturbing the imposed “order”. On a more practical note, strawberries are very healthy and will boost your natural defences. Please enjoy, have a strawberry, or maybe two and a half.