Along with his beautiful landscapes Conrad accepts portrait commissions in watercolour and pencil drawings.
“Art and creating for me has always been a search for the beautiful and the sublime in nature. Annual visits to Sudbury and other sketching trips to northern Ontario in the spring and fall is where I find inspiration for potential paintings. I paint with oils on wood for indoor and outdoor sketching as well as for large paintings in the studio.
My brush strokes are thick and thoughtfully expressed.
My work consists of landscapes painted in an impressionistic style. I enjoy plein air painting and I always take a photo of the chosen scene to use as a reference in my studio in case I don’t finish the sketch on location. Other times I paint a small painting in my studio from a photo to then work into a larger painting if I choose to. My paintings can be described as dazzling; short brush strokes used sparingly.
Inspiration: My work is inspired by The Group of Seven, Wassily Kandinsky, Mysticism, and Theosophy.
23″ X 17″
Keith is the artist behind Big Art Buzz and welcomes you to the creative hive.
To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.
http://jenkinsdraws.com/ for more of Tony’s
amazing works under many different categories.
Susan is a self taught artist who first discovered her passion for drawing and painting when she retired and moved to Oro-Medonte from Toronto. After some introductory classes from a local Barrie artist she began growing her skills in graphite, watercolour, pastel, coloured pencil and acrylic. Susan enjoys painting a variety of subjects in a realistic style and especially enjoys the challenge of portraiture. She loves watching as the paper starts to breathe life as she attempts to capture the subject’s personality and likeness. Susan was a member of the Executive board of OFAA for 3 years and is still a member of Orillia Fine Arts Association.
To contact one of our newest Buzz artist email Susan: Srudoler@gmail.com
- Sheila is an award winning international fine art artist and has been painting full time for six years. Her works have been accepted into prestigious Open Juried Shows in the GTA and in collections as far away as United States and Europe. She has exhibits in the Autumn Art sale at the McMichael Art Gallery and yearly in the Pelham Fine Art Festival, Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival, and the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival. Sheila can be found painting at her home Studio in Pelham, Ontario.
Port Hope artist, Albert Seaman, lived in Brampton for many years and was active as an artist and heritage enthusiast when he created his amazing illustrations.
Albert and Andy Donato had launched a Bramalea art group in the years before this Heritage Board publication. Albert served as Chairman of the Brampton Library Board also.