Saturday, 30 March 2019

Art on the Stage

Glacial Reflections, 20x44 diptych,  original painting by Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki
(available in the Grant Berg Gallery, Grande Prairie)

Have you tried staging your art in virtual rooms online?

It's a lot of fun and there are numerous apps that do this. Some are free and some you have to purchase. For the image above, I used a free app from I loved this fun-looking room because it helped me imagine my painting in the home of someone who loves the outdoors as I do.

Try it yourself. It may give you ideas on how to present and display your art.

In other news, the spectacular Luminescence exhibit is still on in the Deer Lake Art Gallery. One more week to see it, closing on April 6, 2019.  Here are a few pics from the opening and my three paintings that celebrate the phenomenon of luminescence in nature.

Having a good time at the Luminescence show opening
with a watercolor artist Enda Bardell and her hubby

Chatter Creek, 20x24,
original painting by Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki

Dusk Approaching, 8x10, 
original painting by Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki

Whytecliff Park Sunset Study, 11x14, 
original painting by Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki

Until April 6, 2019, these pieces are available for sale in the Deer Lake Art Gallery in Burnaby BC.

This exhibit consists of some fabulous 3D and 2D art pieces including a fire-spewing mechanical dragon - a photo just wouldn't do it justice. I hope you'll have a chance to visit before the show ends.

All my best,


Tuesday, 5 March 2019

Happening Now!

For the art lovers in Edmonton, I hope you can visit this group exhibit featuring three artists with different styles, unified by the theme of people and places.

In Burnaby, it's the fourth year of the Luminescence annual event. This one will be quite spectacular. More info and how to get your tickets:

See you there!