Every year in July comes a special exhibition called The Square Foot Show. It takes place at Westland Gallery, a booming little spot nestled in the main strip of a neighbourhood known as Wortley Village. Over 500 pieces are featured in this show in a variety of media, all crafted by local artists. And each piece measures 12″ x 12.”
Here are my pieces for this year’s Square Foot Show. These potatoes with olive oil and oregano were not only a demonstration for my most recent still life class, they were also inspired by my oven fries recipe. Check that out here!
And these grapes were also a demo painted in March for my Tuesday night art class. They were the inspiration for my how-to post about raisins. Want to make your own plump, chewy raisins? Check out that post here.
And this little landscape was painted in the ravine behind my house one day in early spring. It’s a place where there will never be a shortage of things to paint.
If you are in the London area (that’s London, Ontario…in Canada!) between July 12 & August 11, wander into Wortley Village and check out The Square Foot Show at Westland Gallery! For more info click here.