Saturday, May 5, 2018

Bernie Langille Wants to Know: documentary

"A team of three women has teamed up to create miniature sets that appear larger than life in a new documentary fresh off its Toronto premiere."

I am SO excited to read about this. I know Shelley, Iris and Kelly from Camp Mini Haha which was founded by my friend Cheryl and her friend Debbie. I attended it a decade ago along with my friend Tina so she knows them also.

Just great to know that their work has risen to such great acknowledgement.

Friday, May 4, 2018

Wonderful new art!

Joanne and I went to the St. Albert Art Walk Thursday night

One of my favourite artists (and my favourite miniature artist) was there and I bought three new pictures from her.

Judy Schafer is a wonderful Villeneuve, AB, artist.. I like that she also offers her art as pictures on 3/8" foamcore. They are meant as fridge magnets but I used one of them as the central picture in my art gallery. One of her pictures is the focus of my original art gallery.

I'm thinking that  I want to do at least two separate art that is  native art.

This would definitely go into it with it with the inukshuk.

2 3/4" x 3 1/2"

Another definitely Canadian piece...I think we've all travelled down this road.
4 7/8" x 2 5/8"

This one is Judy's garden. Definitely Canadian...But I think it will go into a room box or a house.
4 1/8" x 2 7/8"
Judy Schafers: