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Paintings, Photography, Drawing, and Mixed Media work by Eha Onno

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(posted on 14 Oct 2019)

                

Sturdy, hand-made, canvas wine bag with Travel Log. Your gift keeps giving as the bag is re-gifted. Something fun and special for the person who has everything.

Choice of Classic or Hand-painted design. Each has a clear plastic pouch which holds the travel log.

$25 for Classic, $30 for Hand-painted bag. Tissue paper and wine not included. Order before November 1, 2019.

(posted on 7 Jul 2019)

 Come see the beautiful show at Sooke. Visit the gift shop to see hundreds of fabulous small art pieces. I will have several small, whimsical paintings as well as art cards there.

see you there!

(posted on 20 Jun 2019)

I am honoured that one of my photographs has been accepted into this year’s juried Sooke Fine Arts Show.

Click here for more info

More than 9,000 art lovers are expected to attend this beautifully presented show. Go see Sooke and the show. While you are there, vote for the Peoples’ Choice Award.

 

      

(posted on 1 May 2019)

Collabart 2019 Auction

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Central Middle School, Victoria, BC

6:30 - 8:00pm

(posted on 1 May 2019)

 Thank you to Roger Duval, the students, and the staff at Central Middle School in Victoria. My first experience with this artist-apprentice program was a blast. Lola and I were a great match; we learned much from each other. Lola, you are the bomb!

The starting point for our paintings were two photos of Vancouver alleys that I thought we could reclaim by painting a new landscape over them. I wanted to allow the city scenes to show through as shadows, as if the greenery had taken over. In one piece that happened. In the other, the ducks took over. 

(posted on 10 Sep 2017)

          

Every medium has a learning curve. Using just the Notes Program on my device, I started some little doodles. The first is an idea to re-create an old dining room light fixture into a flying saucer. Needs work. The Bobbleheads I designed to be made of mini cut-off Perrier bottles with ping pong ball heads. I had assigned myself doing something silly every day for one week. Wasn't hard. The Dots were a practice in using my stylus and the pad. 

The ceiling fan drawing made use of a ruler tool; that was cool. Then, my first simple drawing, of a tortuous willow branch. 

 

 

At long last two of my passions have collided. Dr. Jane Wrinch has generously provided a showpiece remodelled office in which to display my art. I am thrilled with the result. Thank you to all those who have given positive feedback. Feel free to come in the office and have a peek when you are in Victoria. Regards, Eha

 

(posted on 1 Dec 2015)

Some very small things are cropping up in my studio these days. I'm working on some miniature tableaux on the theme of love, to be displayed at Pender Island Public Library from January 5 - February 28, 2016. Also, included will be some "wall art." Details to follow.


Key to My Heart - Steampunk Version

(posted on 5 Nov 2015)

Every November in Vancouver the Culture Crawl sees open studios of a large number of exciting artists. This year, November 19 - 22. Open link to get more information: http://culturecrawl.ca/tips-collecting

Seeing Red, by Kelly Haydon

(posted on 16 Aug 2015)

The Schmollende. I love the paintings of Paul Gaugin, including The Schmollende pictured on the left. I went as far as to paint a copy of it, but unfortunately did not photograph my reproduction. Then, as I wasn't about to keep an inferior reproduction around, I decided to re-invent the painting. Schmollende means "sulking" in German. The new painting became the opposite of sulking.

To see more Gaugin: https://www.artsy.net/artist/paul-gauguin

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