I will have two paintings on display as part of the Delta Studio Stomp Preview Show that runs from Sept. 7th-Oct. 8th, 2018. The opening reception will be on Thursday Sept. 13th from 7-9pm at the constituency office of Ravi Kahlon, Delta North MLA 8350 112 Street, Delta BC. This is a great opportunity to see paintings of all the artists that will have their studios open during the Delta Studio Stomp. I hope to see you there.
Delta Studio Stomp
I am so excited to be part of the Delta Studio Stomp this year. Different artists in North Delta open up their studios to show you their creations. Come on over to my home studio to see my new paintings, jewelry, cards and prints. I have been working on large canvases lately and I have a goal of finishing all the canvases I have started but never got around to completing. There will be prizes, activities for kids and of course treats. My daughters will also have their creations for sale including Claire’s slime and Hanna’s sweet treats.
When: Saturday Sept. 22nd and Sunday Sept. 23th, 2018. Drop in anytime between 10-4pm.
Where: 11427 Somerset Crescent, Delta. I will have maps of all the other studios that are open.
This will be a fun event for the whole family. I hope to see you there. For more information go to: https://www.deltastudiostomp.com/
The Luminary Festival is a special, sparkling end-of-summer festival—illuminate yourself with costume and lights, and create a lantern to light the way! The annual Luminary Festival features a Parade of Lights, Concert in the Park, children’s activities, entertainment and food vendors. I will have 4 stained glass art panels on display at the Luminary Festival as part of the Watershed Art Gallery booth. You can see my swirly tree and dream catcher in these pictures and I am working on some sweet owls and black eyed Susan flowers.
Location: Sunstone Park, 10400 Delsom Crescent, North Delta
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Time: 6–10 pm
Glow in the Dark Sensory Bags
We helped to make some of the glow in the dark sensory bags that will be part of the interactive display. Here is how to make your own glow in the dark bags:
Materials: Neon paint, baby oil, water, zip lock freezer bag and duct tape. You can also use glow in the dark paint but this is more expensive.
Instructions: Place baby oil in a zip lock freezer bag (fill 1/3 of the bag). You can also use vegetable oil but it will change the colour since it is normally yellow. Combine neon paint + little water in a bowl and stir. Pour paint mixture into bag with the oil. Seal the bag well with duct tape. For the display we used a food saver machine to seal the bags. Place on a glass surface with glowing lights underneath in a dark room or outside and watch the magic happen!
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