Monthly Archives: February 2012
Frank Ducote’s folk art and paintings reflect life in, on and around the Gulf Islands and Salish Sea. People, places and things are all grist for his mill. His work is infused with wit and whimsy while drawing attention to the beauty of everyday life around us.
Before moving to British Columbia, Cooney resided in Ontario, where her first experiences were as an art and music teacher. Cooney’s skills were applied as a graphic artist employed in the greeting and decorating industry. Shealso freelanced as a graphic artist for a company in Quebec and a company in Belgium where her work is available in Europe, Asia and North America. Cooney later opened a successful studio/gallery which was ongoing until her move west. As an artist, Cooney incorporates her graphic skill to produce meticulously explicit watercolours showing the viewer a microscopic intimacy with natural form.
“Holding On” dye on silk on canvas $780.00
I am excited by exploring beyond the established boundaries of traditional silk painting techniques and researching the possiblities of this challenging medium. My innovative use of silk and dye on canvas is leading me to experiment with multi-layered paintings whose subtle interaction of colours, harmony of volumes, planes and lines generates work which are abstract statements existing on their own terms, but outside the confines of prescribed limites.
“Head 2 Head x 20” dye on silk on canvas $2,150.00
“The Egg, The Nest And The Bird With Lemons” dye on silk on canvas $674.00
Maureen Walker is a signature member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, a former president of the Arrowsmith Chapter FCA, a member of the Nanaimo Chapter FCA and of the International Society of Experimental Artists.
“Rose Continuum VIII” dye on silk $2,510.00