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My alter-ego/nato-name/sub-co, Charlie Whiskey Art Co., is off to a bold start! This gallery is of 24″x24″x2″ paintings on wood board, that are made for the wall. If interested, please contact me directly or visit me at http://www.charliewhiskeyart.ca for more information.
My themes these days have been strongly Canadian influenced. Cheering for Team Canada during the Olympics added great fuel to the fire.
What is more Canadian then the Maple Leaf? I have always loved maple keys. Growing up there was a great old maple tree on my grandparents front lawn. It was there I would sit and examine the leafs and keys as a child. Snapping the keys to fly like helicopters was a simple summer pass time. I can just picture Nanny and Grandpa sitting in their respective spots on the porch, sipping pink lemonade. Today I walked down to the cafe for an iced coffee break, picking up a few abandoned maple keys along the way. Beverage in hand, I sat down and started to study and sketch.
I’m such a Canadian girl.