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Mountain Vineyard II Mountain Vineyard II, acrylic on canvas, 6″x8″, available at WInding Road Cellars.  

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Fall VineyardFall Vineyard is a 6″x6″ acrylic painting on board.  It is on display at Winding Road Cellars and is SOLD!

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Wine and Cheese 1Still working on a few more paintings to take out to Winding Road Cellars.  Be sure to make time to go out and visit this new winery.  Not only is it beautiful out there but the wine is worth the visit!  This  little painting is called “Wine and Cheese”.  It is a 6″x6″ on board and is framed and available for $95.

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WInding Road Cellars painting - Step one - sketch

WInding Road Cellars painting – Step one – sketch

WInding Road Cellars - Step 2

WInding Road Cellars – Step 2

WInding Road Cellars - Step 3

WInding Road Cellars – Step 3

WInding Road Cellars - Step 4

WInding Road Cellars – Step 4

Winding Road painting complete

Winding Road painting complete

I’ve been working on a few new paintings of vineyards to hang at Winding Roads Cellars.

I finally got several together and took them out to hang last week.  You must go out and see this lovely place.

Winding Roads is a new winery located between Markham and Hume and they have a terrific product.  It’s a beautiful ride out there too.  They are open Thursday – Monday.

And of course, while you are there please check out my new art.  This is one of the new paintings and it is of the view from the winery’s back deck overlooking the little pond on their property.

This painting is SOLD!

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Peebles Painting 5Earlier this week I wrote about painting at Pebbles last Saturday.  (Read about it here.)  I finally got a few minutes to touch up the painting and get it closer to a finished work.  Here it is.  I have been invited to hang my work at a new winery in Hume, Winding Road Cellars so I am working on some vineyard scenes for that.  I hope to take them out there next week.

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