Sunday, May 14 - Mother's Day Tea Show and Sale: taking place at Studio On 20th from 12-4p.m. Our studio will be open to the public on this afternoon to exhibit the most current work by artists Bridget Aitken, Nicki Ault, Kathy Bradshaw, Jan Corcoran, Ann Donald, Jane Harington, Miranda Jones, Brenda Kennedy, Karen Maguire, Amira Wasfy and Carol Wylie. We are located at 236A 20th Street Between Aves. B and C (door to the left of the Odd Couple restaurant).

November 10, 2016: I was interviewed by Daily Paintworks as their Spotlight Artist for a week! Read my interview on the DPW News blog!

Ongoing: my 8x8" original oil paintings are available exclusively at Darrell Bell Gallery in Saskatoon. For a limited time several of my large oil paintings are also available at
their new street front gallery on 21st Street (formally Lifestyles By Darrell Bell Gallery).

Ongoing: a selection of my larger work is available at The Black Spruce Gallery at Northside on Highway 2 just before the turn to Christopher Lake.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Collecting The Light

Collecting The Light
6 x 6"
oil on board
© Nicki Ault, 2017

I love evenings at the lake: a shower after a full day at the beach, BBQ supper on the deck and then out for a walk to watch the sun set (and maybe even some ice cream). Every time I see the sunlight coming through the trees I am captivated by the kaleidoscope of colours. It is almost like the branches are trying to collect the beauty of it all.


Barbara Muir said...

Love this and Happy Valentine's Day, and Month of Love.

You are an amazing painter!


Sandra Busby said...

Sounds heavenly!! And beautifully captured! It reminds me of where I walk Sherlock (our Lab) every day... There is a wood at the end of our garden and at certain times of the year, the light streaming throught the array of coloured leaves is stunning!

Nicki said...

Thank you Barbara! The month of love has been good! I hope you are receiving lots and lots of love.

XO Nicki

Nicki said...

Hi Sandra- I have painted this idea several times and I don't seem to tire of finding a way to express the light passing through the branches.