Friday, November 1, 2013

Catch The Light

NEW WORKS FROM THE STUDIO OF ART BY WENDY

CATCH THE LIGHT - 3.3 x 3.3 in. - Watercolour - $105 matted & bagged
 
We had our last warm days of fall this week.  I even had lunch outside in the sun on 3 of the days but now the cooler weather is here.  It is funny how we are so attached to the weather and the sun.  I am sure there is more than just Vitamin D seeping in as we sit in the sun.

Here in our yard the birds are chittering away at my husband's feeders, not bothering about me at all. In a space of a few minutes, I see Chickadees, a Crown Sparrow, and a Flicker sharing the feeder.  I can hear a Stellar Jay off in the distance, probably telling them to move as he wants in. They like the bird seed but they love the suet balls Steve puts out for them!!

My miniature "Catch the Light" seems very much part of this world - the fall colours, the splash of sunlight on the petals and the fading flowers in the background.  I just love it.

"Catch the Light" will join my other miniatures at the Positively Petite Show in Coquitlam at the Place des Arts.  The show opens on Nov. 14 with a reception at 7, see you there.
Enjoy the day and don't let those rainy days get you down.

Check my Shows/Workshops/Private Classes Page for more info on this and other upcoming events.

To purchase "Catch the Light" Contact Wendy .

 

4 comments:

Gillian Mowbray said...

This is so charming, Wendy. I do love small works of art and a Positively Petite show is a great idea too!

Wendy Mould AFCA said...

Thank you. I have been part of the show for 8 years and it really is amazing. Artist do so much with so little space. Often like myself, they work in less than 12 sq. inches!

Gillian Mowbray said...

Wendy, thank you for liking my Facebook page. When I went to your page there wasn't a like button for the page and I think that is because it's a personal page and not a business page? Is your other page a business one? If so please leave me a link.
Still befuddled. LOL
Gillian. X

Wendy Mould AFCA said...

I know Gillian, understanding all this stuff seems to be our generations problem!