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36″ x 36″ abstract in acrylic “Mourning” is Part One in a trilogy of paintings with a chosen theme. The first stage of the painting was a colourful abstract depicting a brighter outlook with impending doom, and one can see some of the colours of the original stage peeking through the strokes on the [...]
36″ x 24″ abstract painting in acrylic Atonement is the result of an early morning inspiration with a painting that had proven to be a struggle for Faye to finish.
36″x 30″ painting in acrylic Inspired by a photo taken by Steve Bell on a trip to England in 2011. Location is at Christ Church, Oxford.
30″ x 24″ painting in acrylic Inspired by a photo of a wrought iron gate taken by photographer Ebonie Klassen. This painting is not available for purchase.
24″ x 30″ painting in acrylic. Freestyle Abstract. This painting is available for purchase. For pricing or more information, please contact email@example.com.
44″ x 56″ painting in acrylic Freestyle Abstract. This painting was intended as a sister-painting to “The Mall”, but with a slightly different interpretation. Read Faye’s Blog on “Freestyle” painting. View Sister Painting “The Mall”. If you are interested in receiving email notification on the posting of new paintings or blogs, click on REGISTER in the [...]
20″ x 40″ painting in acrylic A photo of Faye’s teenage nephew Kyle lying on the ground in a park sparked her imagination…. The original painting (unframed) is available for purchase by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. For prices on original paintings, alternative methods of payment, prices on custom sized prints, framing or shipping questions, please contact us [...]
24″ x 30″ painting in acrylic “These are the Ones” Series Ethiopian children from a photo taken by one of the tour group members, on Steve Bell’s 2007 Ethiopian Tour with the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. To see Faye’s blog on “These are the Ones Series”, click here. The original painting (unframed) is available for purchase by contacting email@example.com. [...]
24″ x 18″ painting in acrylic. Blue is a study on the topic of depression. To learn more, read Faye’s Blog, “Metamorphosis of Blue”. Read Faye’s Blog about “Freestyling” painting. Read Related Blog “Leap of Faith”. The original painting (unframed) is available for purchase by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. For prices on original paintings, alternative methods of payment, [...]
I think all of us on this planet can identify with depression. I am no different. It’s how we deal with it that is important. I do not claim to have all the answers, but lately I have found a helpful outlet for depression – painting. In this blog, I’ve included the phases of this particular [...]
36″x 24″ painting in acrylic While at work, Faye spotted (from the corner of her eye), a photo on the computer screen of her boss, Dave Zeglinski. He was preparing a powerpoint slide presentation for a concert tour. The photo was of Mike Janzen, jazz composer/pianist, and friend of Steve Bell. Mike has not only played [...]
30″ x 24″ painting in acrylic, framed “Faith” is a product of inspiration. There was no pre-planning involved – a photo from the internet was the basis, and this painting was created in less than three hours. When Faye started painting the face, she realized that there was a resemblance to someone she knew – [...]
30″ x 24″ painting in acrylic. A 2010 session at an art class at the Winnipeg Art Gallery studio resulted in some new techniques and exploration of expressive painting, rather than realism. “WHY” is the first in a new series in a new direction. Read Faye’s Blog, “Freestyling” painting. WHY was exhibited as part of the “Here [...]