I’ve been trying to increase my limited computer skills, and at the same time exploring ways to better present my work in an eGallery setting. This is just a rough photo that I was practicing on, but I think it looks good for a first attempt. Still a long way to go before I get it all figured out, but I’m enjoying the process.
The gala opening at the Confederation Centre on Saturday night at 7:00 will also be the book launch for a book of paintings and poetry by the late PEI artist Elaine Harrison. My wife Jane wrote an essay about Elaine’s writing for the book and chose the poems to include. The book is published by the Confederation Centre Art Gallery and the Acorn Press. We can’t wait to see it, and to see the exhibition at the Art Gallery. There was never a retrospective this big of Elaine’s work in her lifetime.
Elaine Harrison is a painter that more of Canada should know about. She was always an inspiration to me with her strong, bright colours and dedication to painting what she imagined.