June Newsletter: Anyone Know Where the Heck June Went?
Well, it looks like most of June flew by without me even realizing it. I have been making a whole lot of food for two very-big teen boys while still trying to get a lot of painting in. I could seriously put cook on my resume now, I think. Oh, and don’t forget Luna my eight-year-old bernadoodle with a very strong personality. She wants her long walks, and her carrot sticks at three pm, and half of her dinner exactly at four pm. Kind of a diva, right?
I feel like the luckiest person ever that I have now completed two years in a row of the three-month interactive online Creative Visionary Program by internationally recognized artist and creative mentorship developer Nicholas Wilton. His approach brings authenticity, spontaneity and joy back into the creative process. Although the program does cover the essentials of art such as design, value, colour, and risk the program content covered so much more than I ever expected about trying to dig out an authentic path as an artist.
Wonderful news about the collection of my art at Studio d on Gladstone in Ottawa. After a lot of waiting the covid restrictions have now lifted and it is now possible to go inside Dianne Wennerwald’s Pop-UP Studio d. Unique, comfortable, casual-chic line of clothing designed and made in Ottawa. I am excited to have my art incorporated into such an amazing store. Make sure to stop buy during store hours to view this colourful collection of mixed media art on canvas.
Stay tuned for more updates of my life as a contemporary mixed media artist, mom of two teen boys, dog mom, overall busy gal.