Friday, December 31, 2010

Waiting For Timbits

6x6 oil on board Sold
I spend a lot of time at Tim Hortons coffee shops, drinking coffee and buying Timbits for our dog Bailey. I meet a lot of nice dogs there, and the other day I met Maggie, a beautiful Golden Retriever. She was waiting very patiently for her snack. (She was at the other Tims, but I liked the setting of this one better...artistic license!)

At the eve of this new year, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all of you out there in our virtual community for your wonderful comments, for taking the time to look at my art now and again,  and for turning the sometimes solitary experience of being an artist into one of sharing and community. You often provide the motivation and inspiration to continue on.
Have a Wonderful New Year, and all the best for 2011

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6 comments:

the art of the dance is like chocolate said...

wonderful!!

Lee said...

I love the lighting from the windows and the shadows on the snow. Wonderful. May you have a great New Year.

Ramesh Jhawar said...

The combination of warm and cool colors in this is just terrific! A very happy new year to you :)

Carol Schiff Studio said...

I always love your Tim Horton paintings and even more so when they involve snow. "Digging Out, Dundas" is the perfect Christmas type painting. Cannot imagine how you get all those snow flakes coming down, but you nailed the scene.

Marian Fortunati said...

Thanks for your nice note...
I discovered your blog very recently and have enjoyed it ever since.

I wish you continued success and enjoyment in 2011!!

Montag said...

Last time I was in TO was American Thanksgiving 2010 and we stayed at the Westin Prince. There is a Tim H's right next door, but there was not enough seating, so I crossed over to Starbucks.
You know, reflecting back on it, it seems that there was sort of a different crowd there.
Well, or course. Tim H is all about doughnuts and crullers and timbits, whereas we at Starbuck's were meditating on caffeine in its pristine form without the ghosts of Sugars past, present, and yet to come.