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Ongoing: my 8x8" original oil paintings are available exclusively at Darrell Bell Gallery located in the Canada Building in downtown Saskatoon. As well, some of my large oil paintings are now available in this beautiful local gallery.

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Monday, September 30, 2013

The Wall, Waskesiu

The Wall, Waskesiu
30 x 30"
oil on canvas
© Nicki Ault, 2013

Whoops! I might have punched up the brightness on this image just a smidge too much. I'll try to get a better picture when I am at the studio today. Lots of playing with shapes and mark-making on this one. It is painted on a Burnt Sienna ground which is popping through here and there- especially in the forest (on my screen it looks like Cadmium Red, but it is not).

I am getting extremely excited for my painting trip to Georgian Bay. I leave in a week, but my travel mates are already there. They drove and I will fly. I am getting reports about the spectacular landscape and can only imagine the inspiration that abounds. I can also just imagine the silliness! Seven days and I will be part of it!


Kim Rempel said...

Nicki, Nicki, are on a major artistic roll! Another fabulous piece. Awesome! I can't wait to see what you paint in the Georgian Bay area. I would still love to meet you somehow. Let's see if we can make something work ; ) LOVE this painting!

Nicki said...

Thank you so much, Kim. That means a lot to me.

Yes, I hope to meet up with you too. I am emailing my travel pals tonight and I will see what might work out. How far are you from Toronto?


Barbara Muir said...

This is just so wonderful.

I love it, and I can see not the style, but the influence of the big ideas from the drawing class filtering into the painting, but not changing your style (thank goodness I love your style).

XOXO Barbara