Monday, August 8, 2022

Headland

Sandstone soft. Striking in colour. 
Wind, in effects.
Brilliant light of summer.
                                            

Saturday, June 25, 2022

The Landscape of the Imagination: re-visioning Prince Edward Island - opening reception

 

Continuing through to  the 30th of June the exhibit is located at the Robertson Library in the Upper Level Reading Room (#308 on the Library floor plan -- https://library.upei.ca/floorplans on campus. It is open for viewing when the Robertson Library is open. I will be be there a few afternoons, please message me for times. The following are photographs taken at the reception for the Conference attendees inaugurating the conference exhibits. (all photos courtesy of Robertson Library)

2022 June 23 @ Robertson Library (Biennial Conference LMMI 2022)

2022 June 23 @ Robertson Library (Biennial Conference LMMI 2022)

2022 June 23 @ Robertson Library (Biennial Conference LMMI 2022)

 
2022 June 23 @ Robertson Library (Biennial Conference LMMI 2022)


Sunday, June 19, 2022

The Landscape of the Imagination: re-visioning Prince Edward Island

In association with the LMMI’s 15th biennial conference (22-26 June), I have one of three special exhibitions on display at UPEI’s Robertson Library.

"L.M. Montgomery’s landscape descriptions allow readers to envision the Island before ever having actually seen it. The black lettering organized on pages enters through our eyes and into our mind. There we see with our inner eye a world of her making that combines with our own imagination.

The artistic representation of that world is portrayed by its own re-visioning in imaginary landscapes of shore and field. Abstraction and imagination are the key words, but key words can never convey thought or concepts formed by the endless immensity of the imagination."

2022 June LMMI Biennial Conference art exhibit – Louise Mould 

https://lmmontgomery.ca/exhibitions-history-and-art

There are eight of my paintings in this exhibit and they will be there until the 30th of June. It is located at the Robertson Library in the Upper Level Reading Room (#308 on the Library floor plan -- https://library.upei.ca/floorplans on campus.

Here are two of them:

                                                    The Dunes (12"x16" acrylic on canvas)
                                                The Ebbing Tide (11"x14" acrylic on canvas)
 

 

 

Saturday, March 26, 2022

A lot can happen in a week

 A week is a time unit equal to seven days.

LMould, "Seven Days", 2021-July-19 (mixed-media, paper with ink, 9" x 7")

A lot can happen in a week.


Sunday, March 6, 2022

Anticipating spring

 Or, winter, be gone!

LMould 2022-March-6 (mixed-media 9" x 6")


Monday, February 14, 2022

The Saltwater Marsh

Flooded by tides in an eternal ebb and flow, the coastal wetlands are the harbinger of health – the unseen activity of marine life.

L Mould, 2022 (acrylic on canvas 18” x 22”)


 

 

Monday, January 31, 2022

Drawing in the Month of January

 Drawing is an exercise in imagination -- allowing the mind to wander, to become aware, to take note of the road signs and keep going.

                                                                           Ink 21-January-2022 (8 x 5.5)

 Sometimes the direction along the road call for correction before continuing and  once the route has been re-plotted you are free to wander again.

                                                                             Ink 17-January-2022 (8 x 5.5)

 How do you know you are there?

                                                                             Ink 15-January-2022 (8 x 5.5)

Sometimes you end up at the finish line,

                                                                             Ink 23-January-2022 (8 x 5.5)

 sometimes you end up in a labyrinth.

                                                                                 Ink 24-January-2022 (8 x 5.5)

 The excesses of December warrant black and white austerity.

                                                                                 Ink 27-January-2022 (8 x 5.5)


Headland

Sandstone soft. Striking in colour.  Wind, in effects. Brilliant light of summer.