A Year Of Homebound Art

This past year was one for the record books; I have a partner who is considered high-risk if he catches Covid-19, so we’ve had to be about as careful as it’s possible to be. Which means we’re coming up on a year of barely leaving the house.

I have not visited my art studio much, but I brought home my more portable easel and my supplies and set to work on a few large-scale pieces. Here they are:

Overall I feel my technique has advanced pretty significantly over the past year, and I’m proud of all three of these paintings. The roses were raffled off to support Out Loud North Bay and the other two are currently hanging over my couch, available for sale but priced to stick around for a while.