Sunday, September 1, 2013

More For The September Show.


Let's Make Some Noise
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 9x12
$250


Laughing Statues
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 9x12
$250

The Orpheum
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 6x12
$250


The Vogue
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 6x12
$250

Granville Island
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 9x12
$250

Bike Vancouver
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 9x12
$250

False Creek East
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 9x12
$250

1958 Ace Coaster Classic
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 12x12
$250
Midnight Showing
linocut with watercolour
1 of 10
paper size 15x22
image size 9x12
$250
Here are some more for my upcoming show.  It's at the gallery in the Unitarian Church on 49th and Oak here in Vancouver. It'll run from September 16th to October 15th, and there's a reception on Sunday the 22nd from 2:30-5.  My increasingly famous nephews, 'The McQuaids' will be playing (I tried to talk them into calling themselves 'Carol's Nephews' but they wouldn't go for it) and there'll be wine and goodies. Come one, come all.  I'll be doing up an invite soon, as soon as I think of a title for the show. Suggestions welcome. 
This church is an amazing community member. They put on a great organic farmers market every Wednesday.  If you go check it out you'll hear The McQuaids in action. They play weekly from 4 to 7.  There are two awesome gallery spaces, one in the sanctuary and another called the Fireside Room, and they always have interesting shows.  My brilliant friend Danyne Johnston will be showing in one space while I'm in the other.  Right now theres a commemorative exhibition of Vancouver artist Don Slade full of these great, kind of retro nudes (yes, nudes in a church.  Very cool).   My friend Caede, who helps coordinate the gallery and the farmers market, bought the painting seen here on the invitation. If she hadn't, I would have. I love it! 


3 comments:

Sue Pownall said...

These are stunning. The exhibition will be amazing!

Sketchalina said...

Thanks Sue :)

Jeffrey Willius said...

Fabulous work, Sketch!