Artist: Anne More
Dimensions: 36'' x 36''
Bidding on this artwork will take place at the Live Auction event, Friday, April 14. Tickets available at the link at dvsa.ca. Absentee bids can also be placed in advance – request a form at the school office or email email@example.com. Limited phone bidding options also available.
About This Work
“As much as I wish to represent the wonderful sights I’ve seen in Newfoundland on canvas, I also want to tell a story. ‘Heading Home’ shows the end of a successful day at sea. The soft and colourful hues are a metaphor for the warmth, kindness and sense of community exhibited by the people I have met there. The gulls too are settling together after a busy day as the fisherman heads home to family.”
Anne More is a fine artist living in Burlington, Ontario. Her works, painted in oil, acrylics and mixed media, represent her love of nature and the world around her. Anne is passionate about the importance of preserving and protecting the green spaces that we have surrounding us. She has won numerous awards and sold to both corporate and private collections.
Anne was an apprentice of Gordon Harrison, award winning Canadian landscape artist. She has participated in week-long workshops over the years with artists such as Gordon Harrison, Mike Svob, Zoltan Zabo, Brigitte Schreyer, M. Douglas Walton, Tom Dean, Jane Gordon, Mel Stabin, and many more. Anne travels extensively to visit galleries throughout Canada, US, Britain, the Arctic, Iceland and Europe. She is represented by the Upstairs Gallery in Milton and The Woodhouse Gallery in Port Dover.
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