• 2017
  • Meadowlark Festival Painting Unveiling
    Launch of the Meadowlark Nature Festival with the unveiling of my original painting, Spring Awakening,
    with the President of OSCA, and the co-ordinator.

    Meadowlark Festival Painting Unveiling
    With the owner of Tumbleweed Gallery, Prema Harris, and the Art Collector of all of the
    Artists Renditions of the Meadowlark over the last twenty years, Betty Waddell, and myself.

  • 2016

  • Tutt Gallery Winter Show

    Tutt Gallery 1

    www.tuttartgalleries.ca
  • 1603_EssentialElements

    It was a very enjoyable experience to give my presentation, The Essential Elements for a Visual Artist, at Okanagan College, Penticton Campus, on March 7th, 2016.  My power point presentation and discussion about my paintings was held at the lecture theatre at 7:00 P.M.

  • 2015

  • Auction 1

    Auction 2

    It was very rewarding to be part of the Earth, Wind, & Fire Nature Trust of B.C. Gala event held on June 20th, 2015, at the Grande in Kelowna.  My original art work, Acrylic on Canvas painting, Springtime, Mahoney Lake, was donated to be part of the silent auction to assist in raising funds to acquire the rare antelope brush habitat in the South Okanagan.  The painting was purchased by a wonderful couple from Kelowna.

    Omega Gallery Opening

    It was really wonderful to see a lot of my friends and clients at the opening of my exhibition, Outliers - A Different Vantage Point, at OMEGA GALLERY on January 9th, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

  • 2014
  • Artwalk Lake Country 2014

    Artwalk Lake Country 2014

    It was exciting to participate in the Okanagan's largest juried Art Show, Lake Country ArtWalk 2014 during the first weekend in September.  It was fun to discuss my art work with people from Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver, as well as the local people from Vernon, Kelowna, Penticton, and the South Okanagan. Here I am talking to a little boy who was so happy to discover my painting of the eagles in my original work, Acrylic on Canvas, Where the Gentle Breezes Blow, 36" x 60."  This painting of the eagles, Where the Gentle Breezes Blow, is seen with some art collectors from Kelowna.  It was great to visit with many of the people from Kelowna that were also at the Oasis Okanagan Art Show opening reception at the Rotary Art Centre, at which time I was part of the juried art exhibition in May 2014.  Currently my work is on display at Spirit Ridge Resort & RAMADA Penticton, and of course visitors are always welcome to tour my studio.  At the present time I am preparing work for an exhibition at a Vancouver gallery. 

  • 2013
  • Dorothy Painting Plein Air

     

    It was great to be juried in to the 60 Artists in 60 Spaces Gallery Event in Kelowna, B.C. and have my exhibition on display with other regional artists from August 1st - September 5th, 2013. I was included in the 60 Artists in 60 Spaces Catalogue as part of the central Okanagan's 60th Anniversary as a celebration of art, community, and business.. The photo above is of a plein air session above the Naramata Road looking south, depicting the cliffs sourrounding the beautiful Okanagan Lake, and way in the background Skaha Lake. This painting is titled, Looking Back At You Penticton, Original Work, Acrylic on Canvas, 24" x 30." This painting was part of the 60 Artists in 60 Spaces exhibition.

  • Artwalk 2013


    The Okanagan's Largest Art Show, Lake Country ArtWalk 2013 September 7th and 8th was a wonderful success. There were thousands of people that came to view all of the 300 artists. It was very exciting to meet so many of my former clients, and see so many interested art collectors from the Thompson/Okanagan, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary area. The atmosphere was charged with energy and enthusiasm, as people viewed the visual arts! These photos show some of my original paintings that were displayed at my exhibition that weekend.

    Artwalk 2013
  • I was pleased to be involved in the juried exhibition at the special Lake Country Art Gallery theme Gallery. The theme, It's About Time, was represented by artists in many ways, literally, symbolically, and metaphorically. My painting, Songhees Across the Water, was chosen as it depicts the passing of time with the ancient Songhees carved pole on one side of the Inner Harbour, contrasting with the more modern Parliament buildings of Victoria, B.C.. This original painting, Acrylic on Canvas was on display until October 5th, 2013. Please view this painting in the Gallery section of this website.