Studio Wanted Vancouver West Side

StudioWanted

I am a professional working artist living in kits looking for a work place close to home. I am quiet, non smoking, working on large scale acrylic (no odour) paintings (40″ x 70″ +) and needing a work place  on the west side of Vancouver (kits/Dunbar/West point grey/shaunessey/etc.) with access to water, good lighting, and access to a washroom please. Perhaps your garage? You can see my work and endeavors at www dot debchaney dot com Any leads would be so appreciated!  Text/Call 604 736 5111 info@debchaney.com Thank you.

(Also posted to craigslist Vancouver here: http://vancouver.craigslist.ca/van/sbw/4743799844.html)

Painting Donation to Support BC Secondary Education Scholarship Fund

Round&Round_DChaney

Round and Round
Little Gems Series
9 x 12″ Mixed Media & Acrylics on loose canvas
Original Painting by Deb Chaney
www.debchaney.com

This painting is being donated for auction tonight at an event being held at Royal Vancouver Yacht Club (RVYC) with  an organization called Ivey BC. Ivey BC is a local alumnae  club of graduates of the Richard Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario , with over 2000 local members, they raise money every year for aa scholarship for a BC Student to be able to attend the Ivey Business School. The above shown painting ‘ Round and Round’ will be silent auctioned for this cause of raising money for the scholarship in memory of their late member Eric Lee.  For this endeavor I’ve been working Rob Attwell, founder of My Best Helper, a business that helps families find care givers for the young and the old, and with Arts Ally, thank you Michelle Martin for the connection.

Goodbye Rome

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These famous Spagna stairs near Villa Medici close to the heart of Rome were known for models posing and literally hanging out in the hopes of being selected by an artist as his subject. Personally I picked up some rays and enjoyed my new fashion purchases, bargained for at the outdoor market [near San Giovanni Laterano Cathedral (photo in previous blog post) ] and enjoyed my last full day seeing the sites of Rome.