You haven’t heard from me for awhile because I have been considering what I would like to do with Creative Potager. But it doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy painting. Here is news about my first solo exhibition of the season. Enjoy!
Canadian Contemporary Terrill Welch Gallery
Each place and each moment has its own light and to expose this everyday mystery is something that is often behind the brush marks of Canadian artist Terrill Welch. She has twenty landscape oil paintings that will be traveling up the province of British Columbia to be shown in the Williams Lake public gallery during the month of April, 2018.
A Tall Tale of Autumn Stuart River 16 x 12 inch oil on canvas is the poster painting for this show and you can preview all twenty paintings in the solo exhibition at her online gallery HERE.
Solo exhibition “Light of Place Exposed, Landscapes by Terrill Welch” can be viewed in the main gallery at The Station House Gallery in Williams Lake, British Columbia from Thursday, April 5th to Saturday, April 28th of 2018.
The Station House Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Closed Sundays.
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6 thoughts on “Light of Place Exposed Landscapes By Terrill Welch”
A beautiful show! And so you. Light shines through all your work. You seem to capture it brushstroke by brushstroke so it permeates you paintings. A true gift.
Thank you Deborah! I appreciate your feedback and thoughts. A painter can sometimes lose sight of the viewers perspective as they are pushing forward in new directions. Thank you for showing me your view!
Terrill — The people who attend your solo exhibition are in for a real treat!
Oh I hope so Laurie! I am pretty exciting to be taking this work back up to where I spent my younger childhood and live again in my late teens.
How exciting and I know it will be a success and light filled show I just love coming here and seeing what you a painting and what you are up to 🙂
I know Patricia that so many quietly, commenting only so often, enjoy the Creative Potager posts. I just need to figure out what I want to post about that will sustain me and us from week to week. Part of the challenge is that I am teaching many of the aspects I use to post as part of the view into my painting practice. So I am all done by the time I think about what I might blog about. Strange really. Will get on to regular weekly post again soon though. Thanks for the feedback and stopping in!