Sure, it’da been nicer posting this on March 08, 2022, on International Women’s Day – but, if I can’t atone just because I’m late, well…my momma didn’t teach me that’d be a good enough excuse not to celebrate a little late anyway ❤️ 😊
Margaret Hall and Tiffany Arp Daleo are long time innovators and producers of their art, and it shows in their curiosity and experimentations in styles and mediums.
So if you live in or near England, or in or near California, these 2 ladies’s shows might be worth a visit 💕
They’re practically a 1/3 of the world away from each other, yet, each week, via their blogs, I see them regularly – it’s quite a treat to my 71 year old self, lol! 😊
Margaret says, “As I was choosing acrylic paintings on paper , I realised that they fell roughly into three categories: British landscapes, Australian scenes and abstracts.”
Her extended showing in these 3 areas show her versatile range.
Here’s some of Margaret’s images in her post —
It’s amazing to me how well she transposing beauty in her work equally well in her soft impressionism and her abstracts! ❤️
And Tiffany says, “I have two paintings in the ‘Spring Blossoms’ show, hosted by Dusty Dawn Art, I chose Abundant, and Assorted Wild, they are both vibrant and bursting with colors!”
She also has scenes, like Margaret, of her venue, plus a video —
The richness and depth of Tiffany’s mixed media work is reminiscent to me of some of the best in digital work, yet, her’s in real pigment, real materials, and very much – real heart 💜
I hope you can see their work live. I unfortunately won’t, but there is something of extreme value here, visiting both these artists’ sites, seeing their endeavors the last few years I’ve know about them, and seeing their work continually blossom anew – amazing really 🙏 ☺️
Margaret Hall – https://margarethallfineart.com/new-solo-exhibition-now-open/
Tiffany Arp Daleo – https://tiffanyarpdaleo.com/2022/03/04/spring-blossoms-art-show/
Stay well everyone, and let us hope the current virus abatement is long lasting indeed! 😊
ps – did I mention I follow both these artists’ blogs? 😊
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