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yet another Cornwall gate

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As you may have seen on my ‘accomplishments’ page, I have sold the painting ‘rainbow gate in Falmouth’. It was on display as part of an art auction at Isaac’s Way Restaurant in Fredericton.


The art at auction at Isaac’s Way helps local children’s charities, in this case providing opportunities for summer theatre. Once I have sold a painting, I can replace the painting with another and now ‘gate in Ponsanooth’ is up for auction!  You can see the painting at .


I am continuing to paint in my Cornwall gates series.  This past weekend, I painted another gate from Ponsanooth entitled ‘enter’.  Gates are meaningful to me, as metaphors for change and as representative of possibility.  And the various building materials, stone, cement, wood and metal, are very enjoyable to paint …


February 22, 2014  'enter'  Jane Tims

February 22, 2014 ‘enter’ Jane Tims


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February 26, 2014 at 7:08 am

another Cornwall gate

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Yesterday, I completed another in the ‘Cornwall gates’ series.

They are fun to find and paint.  I have learned this – trying to paint what is just beyond the gate takes away from the mystery!


January 23, 2014  'gate in Ponsanooth'   Jane Tims


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January 24, 2014 at 10:05 am

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