I’ve been a little scarce on the blog lately. I planned a busy month and in May I’ll be teaching fifteen classes here in my home studio. That’s a record for me and I’m hoping it doesn’t mean I neglect my other jobs. My children still need educating and my husband’s books don’t balance themselves!

The Dawson Creek Art Gallery’s annual art auction takes place tomorrow night. I always try to donate a painting to this organization that has supported me as an artist in so many ways. The painting I donated this year is an older piece I’ve always loved, but I forgot to photograph it before it was framed, so I’ve never really shown it online. Titled “Spring’s Aristocrats,” it’s a lovely delicate portrait of irises. I love irises but I’ve never remembered to plant any in my yard.

Spring's Aristocrats | watercolour by Angela Fehr

You can view all the auction items hereDon’t forget that my Mother’s Day flower painting sale runs until May 15th. Details here.