MY MORNING PRAYER
This painting is a reflection of my morning musings as I sip my coffee under the big cedar that spills over me from my neighbors yard. In the painting, there are 4 trees, which symbolize a mother and father and two children. The trees are grounded, connected to the earth, and part of one system: family. There are four winged creatures in the painting that represent each person’s individualization, their unique being, in essence, their soul. The winged creatures are detached, free from the bounds of the earth. The ribbon of wind encircles each tree, tying the family together. Each day I pray for those I love for blessings great and small to find them.
24″x 24″ original acrylic $2000
24″x 24″ canvas giclee prints $470 / 16″x 20″ ltd. ed. prints $100
I will be at the TASTE OF EDMONTON for my 11th year in a row during the summer of 2015.
You can find me and my art located in the tents in front of the
Winspear Centre at 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square.
Our hours of operation in the art tents are from July 16-25
and we will be open from 11:00 am – 10:00 pm daily,
rain or shine!
I hope to see you there!
Recently I have been fascinated with painting birds in flight. What I love about this subject matter is that the birds are detached from everything. Usually when I paint, my subject matters are grounded, have a starting point, and are attached to things. At this point in my life, detachment is a curious thing…
BILLOW / 12″ x 36″ / acrylic / 2014
My painting “BILLOW” has been accepted into the 2015 Western Art Auction at the Calgary Stampede.
The Western Art Show of Western Showcase will be presenting a preliminary PREVIEW of the art at “STIR’UP” on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015. The Auction will be held during the evening of Thursday, July 9th in the Palomino Room, in the BMO Centre.
Please visit the Western Showcase website for more info.
I HOPE YOU CAN JOIN ME AT ONE OR ALL!
I am excited to announce that I am currently involved in three fabulous opportunities to show and sell my work in Edmonton, Alberta.
February 26 and 27
This will be my 9th year at the Greater Edmonton’s Teacher’s Convention. You will find me at my usual location. I look forward to seeing all my teacher friends again!
Please join me at the opening for my latest body of work.
I will be at the gallery on February 28th from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
Come and enjoy a little bit of spring with me!
will run from February 25 – March 18
March 6 – 8
at the Enjoy Centre in St. Albert.
You don’t want to miss this show!
For information and tickets, please visit the Night of Artists website.
LARGE FORMAT GICLEE PRINTS
Bernadette’s images are available as high quality canvas prints which are larger reproductions of her art. They are un-stretched and come packaged in a tube for easy shipping and transportation. Simply take them to your favorite custom picture framer and have the canvas mounted onto stretcher bars. There is enough black edging to cover a gallery width stretcher bar. Once stretched, they are ready to hang. No glass or frame necessary. Bernadette’s giclee (jee-clay) canvas prints are a beautiful and affordable choice for your home or office. Please contact Bernadette at firstname.lastname@example.org for more sizing, pricing and availability.
February 26 & 27 – G.E.T.C.A.
See you at the Greater Edmonton’s Teacher’s Convention again this year. Same place, same time!!
“ALL THE FLOWERS”
Opening at the Daffodil Gallery 1 – 4 pm
Come see some spring in the middle of winter!