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Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour 2017

The Muskoka Autumn studio Tour is fast approaching.  My studio will be open for the tour September 23-24 & September 30-October 1 from 10am-6pm. Come check out work in different stages and see what’s available. It’s been a very busy year with several projects in and out of the studio. All in all quite a challenge to catch up after hurting my hand last winter and I’m still working on it.  Here’ s a recent painting.

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So I hurt my hand….and it’s getting better

Hi everybody. So, this winter has been a bit of a struggle for me trying to get as much work done as I had hoped. Back at the beginning of winter I hurt my hand pretty badly. I actually thought I had broken it, but it turned out to be a ‘traumatic tendon injury’, if I’m remembering the doctors

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New online store

Hi everyone! 2 new pages are up on the website. Now you can view and purchase available work online from the comfort of your home, cottage or office when it’s convenient for you. For paintings and drawings visit the Available Works section and to choose a limited edition fine art photography print visit the Fine Art Prints section on my photography side. See something that you want but it’s sold? Let me know what you are looking for or interes

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New painting available

I have a new landscape available. The frame arrived the other day, just in time for the holidays. The painting is 16″ x 36″,  (24″ x 44″ with the frame), oil on linen panel and is available at the studio. If you are interested in viewing it in person feel free to send me a message to arrange your visit. I would also be happy to ship it to you.

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Still Life Paintings Available

I currently have 2 still life paintings available at The Framing Place and Gallery in Huntsville, Ontario.

I love painting still life; they are one of my favourite genres to paint. I really like how you can imply the presence of someone without actually showing them.

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Reeder’s paint box

Happy New Year!

I wanted to start off 2014 with a little post about an easel/paint box I have made. Actually, I built this quite some time ago, it just didn’t make it into my blog until now.

As some of you may know I like designing and building my own…well, everything.  My last plein air easel was quite a bit smaller and required a separate case for my paints and things. I liked that one, there was never anything wrong with it, it was just another way of going about it.

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