Celebrating International Artists Day – 2017.10.27

Happy belated International Artists Day, which was on Wednesday, October 25th!

In my last post, I gave a sneak peek at my three pieces of my art entered in the International Artists Day (IAD) Anonymous Show, at 100 Braid St Studios in New Westminster BC.

I attended the Gala Opening on Wednesday evening.  Here are some photos of the art work on display.  All the pieces are 12 x 12 x 1.5 inches, and mounted in a very striking grid formation.




I’m thrilled to say that one of my pieces sold early in the evening, and now I can reveal it here.  ‘Jade Sky at Morning’ started with a photo I took of the WOW Westminster installation.  Then I digitally enhanced the photo, printed it on fabric, quilted it and mounted it on a canvas-covered frame.  I’ll describe my process in more detail in a future post.

There are still lots of wonderful pieces of art on display, including oil and acrylic paintings as well as textile art and mixed media pieces.

Each piece can be purchased for a very reasonable price of $150, with $100 going directly to the artist; and the remainder to Camp Kerry Society to provide art supplies and therapy to bereaved children and families and to cover basic costs of the show.

The art will be on display, and available for purchase, at 100 Braid St Studios, tonight and on Saturday and Sunday.


Thanks for stopping by.  Today, I’m linking up with these blogs – click on the links below, where you’ll find many other creative and inspirational projects.

Creations by Nina-Marie    Confessions of a Fabric Addict


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One Response to Celebrating International Artists Day – 2017.10.27

  1. Susan Lenz says:

    Congratulation on the sale! I can easily see why this work found a permanent home!

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