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Camelback Gallery’s Paint My Pet 2022 Juried Art Competition | June 2022

Pug-A-Lug | Watercolour

"PUG-A-LUG" | Wins Bronze Award

This juried competition focused on painting your pet using the medium of your choice. I chose to use watercolour, for it's softness and as a challenge to myself. I typically use acrylics and like to switch it up when I feel the need to slow down ♥

Creating this sweet boy was dear to my heart. He belonged to a close friend and the joy it brought her surpasses any award that I could have ever been given. ♥

Faces of Canadian Healthcare art competition April 5, 2021 | May 17, 2021

Divine Strength | Mixed Media Acrylic

  • Unbelievable competition with a first prize of being a $25,000 donation to a health care facility of the winners' choice

  • Winner chosen by voting method, which ended May 31, 2021

  • Top 3 finalists to be chosen on June 16, 2021 and the winner will be announced on June 28, 2021

I stumbled upon this competition late in the game, I always seem to be late to the dance! I entered on May 16, just under the wire! But I still managed to get myself to 4th place! I am eager to win this competition for one reason only and that's to be able to present the NICU at Kingston General Hospital with the $25,000 donation prize. My grandson Jack was born at 26 weeks and spent the first 99 days of his life in the NICU. It's because of his amazing team, that Jack recently celebrated his 4th birthday. ♥ I want to be able to give back as much as possible!

UPDATE: Although a very close win, Divine Strength ended up in 4th place. Thank you to all that took the time to vote for me

Gallery Ring online juried art exhibitions | May 2021

Acceptance | Mixed Media Acrylic

"Acceptance" | Wins Award of Merit

This competition focused on colour and the use of colour. I was extremely pleased with this award!

Many layers went into Acceptance, to create the final outcome of understanding how difficult acceptance of ourselves, can often be.