Tag Archives: January

“Brightening Up the Night – Iroquois Falls” – Watercolour Selected for the 63rd Annual NOAA Juried Exhibition

From “In Real Life” to Artwork (Brightening Up The Night – Iroquois Falls, watercolour on 300-lb cold press paper. Approximately 19″ H X 28″ W, without frame.)  Back in December of 2017, I drove out to Iroquois Falls one evening … Continue reading

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Some Views of the Total Lunar Eclipse with Landmarks on January 20-21, 2019

Timmins was in the path of the Total Lunar Eclipse of January 21-22, 2019. This was the first total lunar eclipse visible since September 27/28, 2015. (There was one on January 31, 2018, but it was overcast and snowing here.) … Continue reading

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Miniature Robin’s Nest in Clay

This is a free-from, hand-built stoneware piece I made in Linda Guiho’s pottery studio on January 30, 2018. The scene is a robin on the edge of her nest with one egg and a hatchling (not seen from this angle), … Continue reading

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Printing on TerraSkin Paper

I took part in a workshop hosted by another member of the Porcupine Art Club today. The workshop introduced club members to the interesting qualities of TerraSkin, a paper made from stone, equivalent to about a 340lb watercolour paper. The … Continue reading

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Second Linocut of 2015

This is a positive of the McIntyre Headframe at night. This linocut, like the dragon, is designed primarily to be pressed in clay.

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First Linocut of 2015

The dragon template made in late December has now been carved into a new plate. I’m planning to make some prints with it first, and then press it into clay. I didn’t use any market when drawing out the design … Continue reading

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