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Next painting for Isaac’s Way art auction …

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On January 25, 2016, the 25th Art Auction and Sale at Isaac’s Way Restaurant in Fredericton, New Brunswick will come to an end. Only a few more days to own some reasonably-priced art and help kids-in-need. As of January 4, 2016 this 25th auction has sold 22 paintings and raised $7,600 for art lessons for kids. For a look at the paintings still available, visit To have a look at my submission to the 25th Art Auction, see my post for September 18, 2015


My next submission, for the Isaac’s Way 26th Art Auction and Sale, is a landscape.  The piece features a view of the Saint John River, from the Nerepis Marsh at Grand Bay-Westfield towards the Westfield Ferry. It is entitled ‘across the bay’ (24” wide by 20” high, acrylic on canvas, unframed with gallery edges). This auction will run from January 27, 2016 to late May, 2016.  The proceeds from the auction will go to sponsor kids-in-need. I am donating 50% of the proceeds from my painting to the charity.



‘across the bay’ Jane Tims

Copyright Jane Tims 2016

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  1. The painting is wonderful–and it is for such a good cause.

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    January 17, 2016 at 12:02 am

    • Thanks Sheryl. Isaac’s Way has had a lot of success with this and encouraged a lot of artists. I am surprised more restaurants don’t try the idea. I know it is a lot of work for the organizer. Jane


      jane tims

      January 17, 2016 at 7:30 am

  2. It’s beautiful, Jane. An idyllic scene.



    January 13, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    • Hi Robin. We see this when we take the old road to Saint John. There’s always a blue heron striding along in the marsh. Jane


      jane tims

      January 13, 2016 at 5:35 pm

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