Calm Wendy Meades Acrylic 36”x 30”x 2” This painting was completed with layers of brush and palate knife strokes. The layers of blue paint create feelings of calm and relaxation. January Blues Festival Deer Lake Gallery 584 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby Jan. 11 to Feb. 2. Opening reception, January 12, 2013 2-4pm with blues […]
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I have submitted two paintings to the Anonymous art show. Come out and join the fun on opening night!
I have decided to paint every day for lent again this year and this is the first one I have completed. I don’t have a name for it yet, but the colours are calming to me. It is a similar style to the one that sold at my art show at Havana Gallery. I have […]
I ran a vision board workshop last weekend and I was able to do my own vision board for this year. The swirls mean new beginnings and growth and is found in most of my artwork. I put a picture of myself from a good friend’s wedding before I got married and had kids to […]
Joy in the Midst of Darkness This collection was created during a stressful time in my life when a loved one was diagnosed with cancer. These paintings show that joy can emerge from darkness, happiness can shine through during a period of stress. I truly believe that art can flouish even in darkened time to […]
This is a painting that I completed on my Thanksgiving weekend away. It felt good to focus on my painting for a few days. The painting makes me think of running through tall grass with my family.
This is the cake I made for Claire’s 2nd birthday.
I wanted to challenge myself to paint with grey. Grey is a mysterious colour. It looks void of colour and yet it is made up from a mix of bright blue, red, yellow and white. If you have too much grey, it makes all other colours look muddy. It is like a metaphor for life, […]
One of my friend’s asked me to run a painting party for her 6 year old little girl. I showed the kids how paint can be magical and change into other colours when mixed together. They all had a turn painting on a mural and painting their own little canvases. It was very rewarding when […]