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Tom Thomsons painting of Tom Thomson's In Algonquin Park, 1914. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/tom-thomson-last-spring-1.4037451

Are You a Hibernator?

Dear ART Friends, The winter for me brings on a weird sense of hibernation. I, in fact, know I'm not the only person who suffers from winter blues. Plus, the unbelievable cold weather doesn't help to lighten the spirit. I'm painting in the home studio these days or hardly painting when it's bleak and grey outside. Instead of sitting in my easel chair, I tend to organize my office, listen to podcasts and tackle the mounds of tax paperwork until the bright ... Read More

Painting honours First World War monument – Medicine Hat News

gslade@medicinehatnews.com A painting to commemorate the First World War monument in Medicine Hat was unveiled on Tuesday evening. A large, colourful mixed-media painting using layers of acrylic and glazes was unveiled by the artist Theresa Eisenbarth and John Reynolds, first president of the Royal United Services Institute of Medicine Hat. “It’s beautiful. The fact that it’sSource: Painting honours First World War monument - Medicine Hat News ... Read More
Acrylic painting, “City Hall at Night, Medicine Hat " by Canadian artist, Theresa Eisenbarth

It’s a SPOOKtacular Day

Dear Friends October 31, 2018 I have been changing and updating my website over the past week so I'll be ready to place an application to galleries in the near future. Upon looking through my paintings, this particular one struck me as super spooky.  If you're unfamiliar to Medicine Hat, this is the city view of the Esplanade Street going east. There are a couple of glowing lights hanging out in the background sky...these are in fact, the lights of ... Read More
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