Morning Dip

Sheila Vander Wier
“Morning Dip”
Oil on canvas
12″ x 6″ For sale.

Growing up I always enjoyed art.  Whenever I had a chance during my travels I would visit art galleries and be in awe of the artists creations.
I am a self taught artist who is inspired by the beauty of God’s creation.
I enjoy the challenge of creating with oil and acrylic on canvas.
I thank the Lord for giving me such a wonderful gift that I can share with others.
It has been exciting to have my work accepted in the open Juried
Show and Wildlife Show at Beaux-arts in 2012.
Receiving honorable mention and peoples choice award has inspired me in my art work.  Over the past years I have also painted set piece for the Brampton Music Theater and it is a thrill to see everything come together on stage.
This is been a great adventure and looking forward to what the future holds.

http://artistsheilavanderwier.weebly.com/

Reflections

Brian J. Michon
“Reflections”
30″ x 60″
Oil painting

“Spent a few years on this painting, most of which it just sat there without me working on it. It’s called Reflection and is pretty much self explanatory (I think). I guess it’s quite personal and something I had to go through at a young age to get to where I am now. It’s not so much a religious painting, instead I use the imagery to portray an inner faith compelling me to do the right things, at least in this case. I assume it’s an ongoing issue we all go through regardless of the subject matter.”

Brian is from Geraldton, Ontario.

https://brianmichonart.blogspot.ca/

Spirit of the Dance #5

Brian J. Michon
“Spirit of the Dance #5″
Acrylic on canvas
24″ x 36”
“Here is another painting in my Spirit of Dance series (number 5) in which I attempt to employ a very loose and quickly executed approach. The primal feel taken by the dancers, is hopefully what I convey in my work when attempting to portray the nobility and courage of the dancers.”
Brian is from Geraldton, Ontario.

https://brianmichonart.blogspot.ca/

 

 

Sheila Portfolio

Sheila Vander Wier
“Sheila Portfolio”

Works by Brampton artist Sheila Vander Wier compiled for Upper Level Artworks A Sesquicentennial Project of Big Art Buzz.
There are ten square details of works in each frame and 15 frames
which showcases a total of 150 works for Canada’s 150th.
This is the 13th posting of the 15 portfolios.

Accepted into the Open Juried Fine Art Show that will be on  display at the Beaux Arts Gallery, 70 Main Street North, Brampton from March 21- April 15th.
Open reception on Thursday April 6th 7-9 pm.
Sheila also had “Our Provider” accepted into this exhibit.
Congratulations Sheila.

Artist Bio:
Growing up I always enjoyed art.  Whenever I had a chance during my travels I would visit art galleries and be in awe of the artists creations.
I am a self taught artist who is inspired by the beauty of God’s creation.
I enjoy the challenge of creating with oil and acrylic on canvas.
I thank the Lord for giving me such a wonderful gift that I can share with others.
It has been exciting to have my work accepted in the open Juried
Show and Wildlife Show at Beaux-arts in 2012.
Receiving honorable mention and peoples choice award has inspired me in my art work.  Over the past years I have also painted set piece for the Brampton Music Theater and it is a thrill to see everything come together on stage.
This is been a great adventure and looking forward to what the future holds.

http://artistsheilavanderwier.weebly.com/

Scott Portfolio

D. Scott Taylor
“Scott Portfolio”

Works by Brampton artist D. Scott Taylor compiled for Upper Level Artworks A Sesquicentennial Project of Big Art Buzz.
There are ten square details of works in each frame and 15 frames
which showcases a total of 150 works for Canada’s 150th.
This is the 12th posting of the 15 portfolios.

http://www.dscotttaylor.com/maingallery.htm

D. Scott Taylor is a self-taught watercolour artist and has been painting professionally for over 20 years, beginning with numerous commissions of aircraft, homes, cars and people. Scott’s attention to detail and his ‘high realism’ style have been his bench-mark over the years, while at the same time, he attempts to find subject matter which is both pleasing to the eye and to the heart.

As you can see on his  website  under the Hockey Art category, Scott can now completely customize your painting. He hand-paints the different names, numbers, jerseys, helmet colour, & even hair colour to match your favorite hockey player. This ability has been met with considerable enthusiasm amongst those searching for the perfect gift!

Scott lives in Brampton, Ontario with his wife and four children (all of whom can be found in his paintings…. including Scott!)