The Incredible Art Exhibition Part 3 of 3

Last spring I went down
to the McMaster Innovation building
to see some art.
I knew that my very talented cousin Arlene
had some of her beautiful art work on display there…

 But, what is that I see?

More art just around the corner

from Arlene’s beautiful display…


There it is! On the wall!

Why it is my very own art!

Quel suprize!

One of my art fans

must have contributed to the exhibition

without my knowledge…

So I thought that I had better pose with my work and its review

The review is posted below.


Here she goes again.

Anita Eleveld has, once again, created a masterpiece.

Titled “The Unchanging Moods of Apple”

Branching out her artistic horizons Anita has,
in this exhibition, tackled the ever challenging ‘Still Life’

Tree-ting her subject with ap-peel,
she is blossom-ing into a bud-ding artist.

We look forward to the harvest of future endeavours.

The pick of the crop, McMaster is proud
(if not slightly confused)
to display this work of art.


The Incredible Art Exhibition Part 2 of 3

Timothy DeVries is another artistic member 

of the extended Eleveld clan and

 his work was on display

at the Turner Park Library during June of 2016.

Joining him on the wall of fame

(technically around the corner of the wall of fame)

is a another family member.

But who could it be? 


  Yes Anita has done it again.  

 Here it is. Art at it’s best(ish).

A close up so you can appreciate the intricate detail 

The official authorized review.


Mountains and Clouds and Trees, Oh my!

The Incredible Art Exhibition Part 1 of 3

So I am going to be cheating at this writing a blog thing for the first bit. I will steal from myself so I can hardly be thought of as a hardened criminal.

This had been put on my previous blog.  It is about my adventures as an artist. My first attempt was a Self Portrait and my debut was in March 2016


Yesterday I met up with some out-of-town relatives

to see my cousin Arlene’s art exhibition

on display at the library just down the road from our home.

It was lovely.

Arlene’s display

but wait…

what is around the corner?

there seems to be a

 continuation of art around the corner

 yes another artist has been featured

on the wall of the library

and here she is

Not everyone knows that Arlene Mussche

is not the only artist in the Eleveld family.

I, too, have been known to dabble.

My first attempt was honored to be

display at the same library that exhibited Arlene’s work.

I use the name Eleveld to prevent

the further sullying of the dignified name of Joldersma.


I await the accolades.