Artist studio

image.jpegThis is what my studio looks like after completing a painting, far left.  it is disorder and desmadre, chaos, as I work towards my show February 9.  Angeline Kyba Studio, Cuauhtémoc 635, Vallarta centro, welcoming visitors weekdays 12-5 or call 222-4238 and save the date Thursday February 9 from 6-9.

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Art on Calle Cuauhtémoc

imageI am hanging paintings for my show opening Monday December 19 from 6-9 p.m. at my studio Cuauhtémoc 635 in downtown Puerto Vallarta, save the date!

I have added the watch cat of Cuauhtémoc, Oscar, to the painting of Don Max who brings his daily catch of red snapper to the market.  I may keep adding the various creatures, the iguanas, birds and butterflies too; all giving comfort to the neighbours as we carry on with our daily routines.  So reassuring, everything must be alright because there is Oscar, sitting pretty, as he did for his portrait.

Join us to celebrate.  www.angelinekyba.com  tel. 222-4238  cel. 322-147-0955

Painting the Charreada

oil on canvas  24×38″  Men get together weekends in the state of Jalisco and women get kisses and one is crowned queen.  I am back in my studio in México refreshing previous work and working on new ones, this is from a rodeo in Algodón.

enjoy art behind the scenes at my studio, Cuautémoc 635, Puerto Vallarta centro, 12-5 weekdays, please ring the bell.  And save the date for my opening fiesta December 19.image

Denise, oil on canvas, 74 x 45″

I am still unpacking early works that were left behind when I moved my studio to Mexico, works I did in my Toronto studios, this from my Manning Street studio in an old bottling works factory building.  The cement in the walls was mixed with horse hair and this apparently made the building difficult to tear down although it was torn down after I left, Denise was in it at the time they came with ball and chain to knock it down.  Big factory walls made for big paintings, here I am now back in Canada in a small space doing small painting part of the year, big old buildings torn down and areas gentrified.  I met an artist who had been in Toronto working in the 70s and 80s and we talked of how we had to keep moving further out from Yonge Street, Dupont Street, Spadina, Manning until I ended up in Mexico and he on Vancouver Island, keeping a low overhead, who knew when money would be coming in.

Charros de Cabo Corrientes, oil on canvas,

24 x 38″  I am refreshing previous works for my show which opens at my studio Thursday February 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cuauhtémoc 635 (Guerrero) and this was at the rodeo in Algodon Valentines Day.  Young men of Jalisco.image