6"x6" Oil painting - 'Life is a Journey'

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  I'm delighted that I was accepted into a new gallery this month. Evanescence Gallery, in High River, is now representing my work. Owner Arlene Westen is an amazing person to speak with and learn from about art. Arlene carries a gorgeous collection of artwork, including works by Don Hamm, Pam Weber, and a host …

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Red, Yellow, Pepper, Blue

Red, Yellow, Pepper, Blue 11"x14" oil on canvas by Cheryl Peddie This painting started off as a demonstration at an art workshop I held, in February of this year. I can't believe it took me until this month to finish! Occasionally, that's the way paintings go. And that's ok. Sometimes, there's a particular challenge within …

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It’s Demo Day!

Above – The photo reference I'll be working from today – this is a sugar/creamer set from the Royal Doulton China pattern called 'Petit Point'. (One of my all-time favorite patterns) Join me at Galleria in Inglewood today from 1pm-4pm! I'll be demonstrating my painting style and am always delighted to chat about creativity and …

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Stone Ground

'Stone Ground' - 20"x20" Oil painting on extra-deep wrapped canvas by Cheryl Peddie I was a little stumped for a name for this one until I realized 'Stone Ground' would be perfect. I caught this image while we were watching the final game of the 2012 Tim Horton's Brier at our friends, Karen & Andrew's …

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Use the Good China! (Uncle Ed’s Bachelor Buttons)

'Use the Good China!' 20"x20" Framed oil painting on gallery-wrapped canvas by Cheryl Peddie Not for Sale – In the Collection of the Artist This is the final version of the canvas I'd started the other day - some of my Uncle Ed's china collection. A lot of my recent pieces have been vivid in …

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On my easel today

This painting is still in process on my easel. It's a softer, quieter piece than some of the recent work I've done. Caught this image in my Uncle Ed's kitchen. Ed collects a variety of antiques; this is just a few pieces of his impressive china collection. The decoration on the sides of the cups …

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