Little Friend is a Ray of Sunshine

Sheila Vander Wier
“Little Friend is a Ray of Sunshine”
Oil on canvas
6″ X 6″
$135

  • 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.

http://artistsheilavanderwier.weebly.com

oil painting of a Goldfinch by artist Sheila Vander Wier

Freedom

Keith Moreau
“Freedom”
Colour inks stipple drawing
16″ X 18″

“Where normally I do stipple drawing in black and white, I decided to create the tiny dots in coloured inks using my technical pens. The coloured inks were available in limited colours so I blended different coloured dots next to each other to create the required colours. The work is called “Freedom” because the small horse in the foreground has broken free of the golden shaft it had been attached to.
The image is based on the horses on the ride at Disney in Florida. I was informed that they used to be at Sunnyside Park in Toronto before Disney bought the ride.”

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.

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Deer by Dots


Keith Moreau
“Deer By Dots”
Illustration for ad promo created in the early 80s
Stipple drawing technique (one dot at a time)
Ad copy reads as: When bucks are hard to find and there isn’t exactly a herd stampeding to your door, maybe you should put a few bucks into advertising.

Keith is the artist behind Big Art Buzz and welcomes you to the creative hive.

To see the full promo and more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

Bellissimo and I Got Your Back


Margaret Sarah Pardy
“Bellissimo”
Scratchboard
8″ X 8″
Trumpeter Swans
From photo reference she shot at Heartlake Conservation, Brampton


Margaret Sarah Pardy
“I Got Your Back”
Meerkats
Scratchboard
8″ X 10″
Reference from Cincinnati Zoo.

Margaret’s an international artist. Her creative process starts with her original photographs of nature, and then takes the best images to work up her composition. Many times she uses multiple images for reference to create her final composition.

Her studio and gallery space at the Alton Mills Art Centre at 1402 Queen St., Alton, Ontario. She also participates in various juried shows across southern Ontario and the United States.

http://margaret-sarah-pardy.artistwebsites.com/

 

Walleye


Charles Weiss
“Walleye”
Wood carving with acrylic and coloured pencil

In ealy 2020 Charles moved to the east coast of Canada.
Big Art Buzz was launched to share the creativity of Ontario artists. Charles Weiss works showcased here are works he created in Ontario.

To view more of artist/illustrator Charles Weiss go to: http://www.charlesweissart.com/

Kenogamisis Raven


Brian J. Michon
“Kenogamisis Raven”
Acrylic and some casein
24″ X 36″

“This past summer we went exploring around town and ended up at Kenogamisis Lake in Geraldton Ontario. I had a lot of fun painting this but the water really tested my patience, which is what attracted me to do this painting in the first place. It started off only as a landscape but was suggested by a good friend (Shirley) that I should add the raven and from that point there was no turning back.”

https://brianmichonart.blogspot.ca/

Baby Elk


Susan Rudoler
“Baby Elk”
Watercolour
16″ X 20″
$100 (Canadian)
Inspired by Nic Vincent’s photo Banff, Alberta

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
http://susanrudoler.com/