A Gift of the Heart- Playing Together

Edith, Gail and Janaye (3 generations) creating at the kitchen table

Edith, Gail and Janaye (3 generations) creating at the kitchen table

Janaye and Gail

Janaye and Gail

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paper play at GIFT OF THE HEART

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Reese says, “Its a dog” Then, “It’s a donkey” and finally, “It’s a dog”,

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Autumn trying her hand at silk painting

by Autumn Keewatin, a beautiful watercolour started with a Dairy Queen plastic spoon

by Autumn Keewatin, a beautiful watercolour started with a Dairy Queen plastic spoon

 

 

Watch Kate go!

Watch Kate go!

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Kate carries on

Kate carries on

Marg, silk painting artist watches Kate, silk painting artist. They match their art! Can you believe it!?

Marg, silk painting artist watches Kate, silk painting artist. They match their art! Can you believe it!?

Drying the silk with Joan helping

Drying the silk with Joan helping

On Sunday morning, all was quiet, so as well as silk painting we cut and pasted. Kate, Marg and Joan

On Sunday morning, all was quiet, so as well as silk painting we cut and pasted. Kate, Marg and Joan

"beLONGING", Rice Paper in Plexiglass. Currently loaned to Qu'Appelle Valley Centre for the Arts. (Price $250)

“beLONGING”, Rice Paper in Plexiglass. Currently loaned to Qu’Appelle Valley Centre for the Arts. (Price $250)

"Peace Doves" - made from reused watercolour mandalas, paper scraps, and birch branches found on the ground

“Peace Doves” – made from reused watercolour mandalas, paper scraps, and birch branches found on the ground

"Snow Sprite", created with recycled watercolour painting, various papers, thread, fairy dust

“Snow Sprite”, created with recycled watercolour painting, various papers, thread, fairy dust

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Golden Glow Fairy

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“”Yearning”, Rice Paper Birds in PlexiGlass. Currently on Loan to Dina’s Yoga Class, Qu’Appelle Valley Centre of the Arts (Price $250)

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About sbland

Sue Bland (aka Poached Egg Woman) is a visual artist who lives on a farm in rural Saskatchewan. A chicken farm, to be exact, hence she eats a lot of poached eggs! Sue works primarily in paper collage and watercolours, and offers heART & SOUL PLAYshops to anyone interested in exploring their creative side and having fun.