Tuesday, April 17, 2007


I have joined the Art Association of Newfoundland and Labrador and as a result, I have an opportunity to show some of my work at one of their exhibitions which is being held on April 22nd at the Capital Hotel in St. John's.

I have chosen four drawings to show, two in coloured pencil and two in graphite. Now that I've made my decision on them, I wonder if they are the right choice and represent my work as well as they could. One is a still life, of tomatoes, the other three are animals. Should I have added a portrait or some kind of landscape? Its too late now to change so I'll stick with it and see what happens on Sunday.

This is one of the drawings that will go into the exhibit and the smallest piece. All will be for sale and depending on how well the Association has done their marketing, I hope there will be buyers there.


Stacy said...

Jeanette, I really like this little mouse! He looks so nice all framed up. Best of luck with the exhibition. I hope you get a big turnout of buyers!

Anonymous said...

Way to go Mom! I'll send out a notice to some friends still in NF and see if they'll drop by.


Jeanette said...

Thanks Stacy, it was inspired by an overpopulation of mice in the barn the other year.

Great, tell them to bring their pennies along. :)

Robyn Sinclair said...

Jeanette- Well this one is perfect! Good luck.