Archive for March, 2016

Beauty days indeed!!!

We’re having a lot of fun out here on the open range with spring in the air, the full moon sailing, the river at 104% and ah yes…  the Canada geese arriving in the pool down by the river.  Wonderful scenes in every direction:  perfect for making art!

Definitely got in the mood for it after attending the Holistic Healing Fair in Sudbury over the weekend.  It was a beautifully run event, smooth, and packed to the rafters.  That sold out show was I hope, a sign of things to come!  So I booked myself into their event happening in Orillia, on the 5th of June.  Hope to see you there!

Here is a little 8×10 on canvas, some authentic twinravens for you, and also!!!  A sign of things to come!

Mark Seabrook 6

okay… Back to the art work.

Whew.  After that hearty laugh from Monday I’m back to my art production and the famous snoop: going down the road to yesterday…

Here is a Class A example:


Pencil on Linetek 3000, Bainbridge, c. 1989.  This is one of 3.  16×20 inches.  Definitely inspired by the mighty events of July, 1988.  Where she is now, I have no idea.  The drawing though was stored and finally saw the light of day last winter, where she’s been, drawing I mean, ever since.

There is plenty more art making in the works and we’ll see what can be done!

Also:  Next stop, the Spring Equinox Holistic Healing Fair, in Sudbury, on March 19th.  All day at the Steel Worker’s Hall, free admission!