Category: Artist Process

The Artist is Always Working

 I am living in a constant state of orgasm, a marathon of the mind. I live in a constant state of ‘buzz’ and my brain is always working. For me a road trip, a hike or a walk out to my garden, produces endless hours of thought, inception of new ideas, and experimentation; which will […]

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Art in The Time of COVID-19

Canada flag and woman painting

The Role of The Artist During COVID-19 As we all take stock and prepare to distance ourselves socially for the next few weeks due to COVID-19, I am thinking about the role of the Artist in society and how Art can uplift in challenging times. The role of the Artist will always be one of […]

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Famous Canadian Landscapes

canadian artist painting lake louise

Painting an iconic landscape in Banff, Alberta – all hail Lake Louise In summer 2019, my art career led me to London England. My time in London coincided with the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s birth, which meant the opportunity to open the monarchs’ archives and share the mementos and stories of her personal life, […]

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Large Scale Landscape Painting

Canadian artist Brandy Saturley

Creating a large scale landscape painting – the sound of a landscape. There is a long tradition of landscape painting in Canada, most famously captured by the Group of Seven from 1913 to 1930. Many Canadian artists have captured the iconic landscapes of Canada, it is the subject most admired by art collectors across the […]

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