What’s on Robin’s Easel?
My poor laptop is in the hospital, and I’m attempting to do this from the app on my phone, so please forgive if this month’s installment of What’s On Robin’s Easel is a bit wonky!
The Lambeth Art Association Show is in full swing, it runs today Saturday May 4th,10 am to 4pm at Lambeth United Church. I have several pieces in it, and will be leaving shortly to work at the show. It would be lovely to see you there.
I’m also working on several pieces for the Westland Gallery’s Square Foot Show, and the Port Stanley Artists’ Guild Show. Both are fast approaching and
I’ll give you more info on these once I’m back on my ‘real’ computer, where I know how to insert image and text blocks.
There is probably a way to change the layout on this app, I just can’t find it lol.
The image above shows on the extreme left, the Magnolia tree project we’re working on in my dementia care art programs this week, centre on the easel (why does autocorrect keep insisting on changing that to eagle????) is #5 of the 10-15 pieces I need for my solo show at the St Thomas Public Art Centre which opens a year from right now! I have other smaller pieces I could fill in with, but I DON’T want to do that. I’d rather go with 10 larger works. Hopefully soon this interminable winter will end and I can get into my summer studio in the sunroom, which is set up for working large!
To the right is one of the square foot paintings destined for Westland’s Show.
And of course there’s a cute puppy in the foreground, my constant companion and the source of all the dog hair in my paint, the Mighty Oak.