Dreaming of Lake Side Painting Days

I'm dreaming of the peaceful contentment that filled my heart while painting on the shore at Charlton Lake.


The light bouncing, rippling on the water created delicate colour shifts that fascinate the eye and mesmerize the mind.


Capturing those ripples and craggy rocks is a meditative process. Looking at the paintings afterward transports me back to those warm memories, fills me once again with contentment and yes, a longing to go back and do it again.

“I Hear You Calling Me” (SOLD)  30”×40”, Acrylic on Canvas, crop closeup, Copyright Renee

“I Hear You Calling Me” (SOLD)

30”×40”, Acrylic on Canvas, crop closeup, Copyright Renee

The United Way Holiday Home and Studio Tour

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The United Way Holiday Home Tour event in which I was so delighted to be able to participate, was a grand success! Many tickets were sold, all of the proceeds going to the efforts of the United Way in Halton Hills.

I was so blessed to be hosted by fellow artist, sculptor Susan Pippy and her husband Bill, in their gorgeous home. I must say their home made my art look fabulous! 😘❤ Thank you guys!

To the many volunteers and organizers who made this event not only successful but fun, thank you!

I was delighted to take part.

To the lovely, lovely people who toured the homes, it was wonderful to chat with you, to get to know you a little. ❤ Thank you for supporting the United Way!

Much to my surprise and further delight, this new painting found a new home in someone's heart. Thank you to my new collector!

SOLD

I Hear You Calling Me

Acrylic on canvas

30"×40"×1.5"

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This lake and landscape impressionist style palette knife painting was created in studio using photos I'd taken while staying at Charlton Lake, Ontario. I love using photos as a jumping off point for my imagination and feelings rather than merely recording what the camera caught in a moment of time.

This lake and landscape impressionist style palette knife painting was created in studio using photos I'd taken while staying at Charlton Lake, Ontario. I love using photos as a jumping off point for my imagination and feelings rather than merely recording what the camera caught in a moment of time.