The Art Gallery of Ontario has created an online gallery of community artworks on the theme of Resilience, so I painted a set of portraits for it that have been accepted into it. Click the AGO link to have a look at all the wonderful work being submitted.
I painted a set of family portraits and they delighted me by using them to create their own fun form of portraiture:
A new painting was accepted to an art show that celebrates “Womxn who use creativity as their Superpower.” It will run at the Beaumont Art Centre’s B1 Gallery from April 2 to May 1.
I tagged along to film puppeteer Jen Lynn Bain as she and Carl toured Toronto’s hot spots. Part 1 of a short video series!
Super honoured and excited to be part of the core team launching a new media project called ZinniaTV, designed to enrich the lives of people living with dementia and their care partners.
Early feedback has been super positive — not just from people facing dementia, but also from parents of young kids and adults with healthy brains who need to de-stress, or just want a break from the onslaught of violence and advertising on regular TV and social media channels.
Please share ZinniaTV with anyone who knows or cares for someone living with dementia — or anyone else who might enjoy a few minutes of super chill viewing.
Made this video to promote the talents of Calgary puppeteer and artist Jen Lynn Bain. I also helped tweak her portfolio site, RoyalWhimsy.com