Monday, April 21, 2014

Twister: Lynne McIlvride Studio Visit

Our friend Shelley Savor invited Bill and I to visit her friend Lynne McIlvride's Easter Art Show. McIlvride lives just outside Uxbridge, north of Toronto.
 It was an overcast spring morning with a hint of rain.
 Bright colours -- this must be the place.
 We were impressed by McIlvride's new studio
Lots of light and room inside.
McIlvride is well known for her brightly-coloured watercolour landscapes like this one. 
Neighbours Judith and Viktor Tinkl on the left. 
Bill on the right. 
Most recently, McIlvride has been creating a series of tornadoes. Here's A Disaster Waiting to Happen.
A Disaster Waiting to Happen (detail).
 Always nice to see pencil titles on plaster.
Turn, Turn, Turn
Turn, Turn, Turn (detail) 
Lynne McIlvride and Shelley Savor with ceiling twisters. Look for Lynne's work at this year's Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition in July.

4 comments:

  1. Nice post about Lynne's Easter open house - her work is so vibrant and uplifting in the best 'tornado of thoughts way' - so glad you could join me.

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  2. Thank you for inviting us to join you, Shelley. It was a perfect Good Friday excursion! Lynne's work is great!
    Bill

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  3. A palette of warm hues; imploding of warmth. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Glad you enjoyed the post and Lynne's work, seule771.

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