This Weekend at Signal Hill Library


This weekend, I did some live intuitive painting at the Signal Hill Library in Calgary. It was a little bit quiet on Saturday, but there were enough people coming by to chat to keep me awake! To begin the first painting, I asked two children to help me out – they added little figures and I worked the painting around the figures. It’s not the first time I have asked children to help me, but it is the first time I have kept the additions completely visible!



On Sunday, I began another painting, and had a blast talking with my friend Elaine (with me in the photo below). I also got to meet two online friends! These photos were taken by one of them, Gisele Hardock.



Thank you to the Calgary Public Library (Signal Hill Branch) for this wonderful opportunity!

I’m also happy to say that this painting sold on the weekend.. YAY!

6 thoughts on “This Weekend at Signal Hill Library

  1. Cheryl Peddie

    Yay! So glad you had a good weekend at the library! And congrats on the painting sale – that’s so awesome! And love that piece!

  2. Lynda M O

    Belinda, quite intrigued and pleased with this series of works; big atta-girl’s on the sale–I too LUV that circle-heavy piece of your gorgeous work. I have the pins and cards I got from you set and mounted all about my studio space-you Inspire me to use colors in ways that I may not have and the usage of Black that you teach is inimitable. Many thanks, please, if you ever come to the SF Bay Area I would be the first to sign up for … well, anything you do or teach or demo.

  3. Maria

    Hi Belinda
    It was great to meet you and chat with you at the library yesterday! I enjoyed your painting very much.
    So glad I found your blog!
    Maria (the girl with the flowers drawing)


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