Category Archives: Art Education

Turning on Spring from the inside

I can’t wait…. So it seems, the season Spring has come into my studio, it helps with the quiet atmosphere of my world. Renewal –  Hope  – Life – it’s coming. When I started the project of lino carvings with … Continue reading

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Flowers are Sunshine on a cloudy day

Last week, my friend Sarah surprised me with a lovely flower arrangement from her favourite florist. This Yellow arrangement became the centre of attention in my art studio over the grey, snowy weekend here in Calgary. I made a few … Continue reading

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Spring is here……

well almost. I am preparing for a few exhibitions and these deadlines always stimulate my creativity. I have created a few new linocut birds and I’m marbling fabric, both of these mediums and materials will be used together for the … Continue reading

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IN A JAR

I didn’t realize how much I love to collect, until I met my new friend Llewellyn the star of a beautiful book by Deborah Marcero, titled “IN A JAR”. Llewellyn goes for walks and collects beautiful pieces of nature, he … Continue reading

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Guest interview; Sue Todd Illustrator – IV

Sue Todd Illustrator – Part IV of IV Hey! Congratulations Sue Todd, you’ve been noticed as one of the 20 exciting illustrators to follow in 2020 Q/SF           It has been wonderful getting to know you Sue, … Continue reading

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Guest Interview: Susan Fae, Artist, Part Three of Four — Sue Todd Illustration

Question Number 3: Your textile bird sculptures are wonderfully naïve, yet they represent the subject quite accurately through expression, texture and colour. Each bird has a character of its own and I am curious about your process. How do you … Continue reading

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Guest interview; Sue Todd, Illustrator

Connecting with Sue Todd                        Part III of IV Q/SF             I love your idea of creating a combination of hand cut lino with a digitised … Continue reading

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Guest Interview: Sue Todd, Illustrator

Part II of IV An interview with Sue Todd, Illustrator Q/SF          Sue Todd, you have illustrated for publishers and writers, even for Spin Master Games!, are there times when you make art just for yourself? If so … Continue reading

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Guest Interview: Susan Fae, Artist

Reposting Sue Todd’s interview with Me via Guest Interview: Susan Fae, Artist

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Connecting with Sue Todd, Illustrator

An interview with Sue Todd, Illustrator Part I of IV First, I would like to let you know that I met Sue Todd through social media, like most good things we connected because of “like mindedness” and admiration for each … Continue reading

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