Buffalo Skulls

Moreau 006
Keith Moreau

“Buffalo Skulls”
Serigraph from Scratchboard
18″ x 22″

Keith says: “On one of our family trips out west we went to the museum at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site. Totally enjoying the experience, I took a photo of a display of buffalo skulls. Back in Ontario, I created a scratchboard work and gave it to my wife as an anniversary gift. The positive reaction from the public when viewing it at various shows lead to me creating a nine colour hand separated photo screen image, in a very limited edition. I loved the creativity of the translation of a work from one to nine colours. At the first show someone fell in love with the piece and bought one of the edition at the opening”.

Accepted in 1994 Arts Etobicoke Juried Show and achieved the Award of Excellence. Also accepted in Visual Arts Mississauga and Rivercrest Gallery juried shows.

To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

Straw Bags

Sacks of Grain
Bridget Aubé

“Straw Bags”
20″ x 16″

Bridget (1927-2007) was a very talented self-taught prolific artist whose main subject area was still life. Everything from floral to food to everyday items. All were exquisite. Whatever medium, she mastered it.
Contact: bigartbuzz@gmail.com  to inquire about purchasing works by Bridget.

Drying Corn

Drying Corn
Bridget Aubé
“Drying Corn”
20″ x 16″

Bridget Aubé     1927-2007
As a self-trained artist, Bridget worked in many mediums and excelled in all. She was a prolific talent with the main area of interest being in still life. Someone at a one-women show of her works said that she would love to learn from Bridget and Bridget responded that she wasn’t a teacher. She helped so many who worked alongside her, she was a teacher.
Food and florals often had prominence in her works but some of her still life were as simple as a pair of shoes, perfectly placed in a well designed image. Exquisite.
Contact: bigartbuzz@gmail.com to inquire about purchasing works by Bridget.