Here is a time lapse of Peter’s latest painting, “Cliff Houses”. It’s done in oil on a mounted wood panel, and it was painted over the course of a few days last week. I hope you enjoy!
It’s been slowly turning into spring around here, and we have even been able to paint with the studio door open to the fresh air! Here are a few new paintings we have been able to make in the last few weeks of April.
Here are four new paintings for the end of March. Take a look!
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Here’s a time lapse video from our new Youtube Channel. We thought it would be fun to show our process, and put the paintings out to a wider audience as well.
So far the response has been great – so we’re making more videos of our work. Check it out!
This piece is called “Old North”, and is painted in oil, on masonite.
Here are four new pieces, painted over the course of the last few months.
All of the above paintings are now available through the “paintings for sale” link above.
Many thanks to all of you that ordered the Doidge Park Sledding print – we’re thankful for all the support and sales – it’s been a fun few weeks meeting (and driving around delivering prints to) people in the neighbourhood. Many Thanks!
We’re excited to introduce a new reproduction by Corinne, “Doidge Park Sledding“.
Doidge Park is a park in Old North, London Ontario. (The neighbourhood we call home). It’s a magnet for people of all ages, but especially comes alive in the winter after a snowfall, when hundreds of children come out for the steep inward facing slopes that make for excellent sledding.
The original piece was an oil on canvas sized at 24″x30″, but it has sold. A number of people in the neighborhood had asked if they could get a print so here it is!
Well, it’s been a hectic last few months, despite being shut away in our homes from the pandemic. We’ve been busy!
Here are a few new pieces that we’ve made in between so many commissioned pieces of art.
Available for purchase here.
Another piece that I had fun with was this one. A nice coastal village with houses and bridges. I went back into it after it was “done”, because it needed something extra. I added a clothesline, flag and some other small details to make it come a bit more alive.
Available for sale here.
Corinne just finished this piece, “Bruce Trail Day Hike”, after a recent trip to the Hamilton area. This rock formation, and many other beautiful scenes are in “Smokey Hollow”, a recreation area near Waterdown Ontario.
Bruce Trail Day Hike, 8″x18″, Oil on Canvas 275.00
For Sale Here
Thank you for everyone’s love and support. Peter and I are truly blessed to be able to have the life we have. This is our 20th year making our living from our art!! We are looking forward to 20 more 🙂
If you would like to see the available paintings check them out here on our website under the Available paintings page.
October 24th and 25th mark the dates of a special, “made for 2020” London Artist Studio Tour. We have been painting all spring and summer and have many exciting new paintings for you to see.
As part of our pandemic precautions we are making all studio visits by appointment only. To make this a bit easier, we have a sign up service that you can book online by following this link:
We will also have all our paintings and prints available online on our newly redesigned website ; a preview of all the paintings will be available for viewing and purchase on Wednesday October 21st.
Due to the current circumstances we understand if you can’t make it out – let us know if we can accommodate you in some other way – we are happy to book studio visits outside of the show dates, or help you with a special commissioned painting idea too.
Corinne Garlick & Peter Karas