Critters & Tales is the multi-media intergenerational folk art duo of Molly & Emmet Forsythe Cameron. Working separately, they each create works using clay, paper, cloth, & whatever else they can get their paws on, with a common goal of creating highly tactile work that invites the viewer to play along.
Highland artists Greta McDonald, Deb Shea and Molly Forsythe join together to reflect the world as they see it in this exhibit running in Dean Hall at MERA Schoolhouse in McDonalds Corners, Ontario during the month of March.
Vernissage to take place Saturday March 10th from 1 to 4 pm. The show will be on display until the end of the month.
Greta McDonald is known for her paintings which depict birds and animals in colourful surroundings injected with elements of fantasy and bright patterns.
Deb Shea paints from a place of serenity in landscapes from around Lanark Highlands and other environments while reflecting her emotional connection to the place executed.
Molly Forsythe follows musicians, birds, and boats in Lanark Highlands and Cape Breton through her relief tiles.”
Wall Tiles of Musician’s from the Highlands of Ontario and Nova Scotia:
In the next month I handprinted, bisque fired and glaze fired the 4 ” Owl.
In the coming months I made miniature owls… Which I sold at Farmers Markets, Folk Festivals and Craft Shows. They are also available on my On-Line ETSY site – Molly Critters.
Owl Earrings – Available on ETSY
Owl Pendant – Charm
I have had a couple requests for Owl Brooches… Big enough to stand out on a coat – 3 to 3 1/2 inches. Here they are so far. Carved and waiting for a bit more drying before I smooth them out, and paint them with underglazes.
Feb 12 – Painted Owls with Underglazes yesterday Night – Here are some of them.