As the harvest season is upon us, we are grateful for nature's bounty. During these trying times, we look to mother earth for her gifts of food and water, and all that she provides. This little piece is entitled "Thankful". Handcut collage on stretched canvas 7" x 14" $95
A surprise visitor steals your imagination and your heart! This tiny work is aimed to boost your spirits and bring thoughts of happy evenings under the stars. Thanks to my friend Kim Hughson for the beautiful magazines. Mixed media on gallery-wrapped canvas 8" x 8" $95
As the days get cooler, the nights get longer, and the air gets crisper, we gently make our way into fall weather. We can, in spite of the covid, go for a stroll, pick apples, have a morning coffee on the porch, and enjoy the lovely fall air. This piece is entitled "Autumn". Mixed media on stretched canvas 24" x 24" $195
Everyone needs inspiration during covid times and beyond! Often we look to our young for energy and enthusiasm and spirit. We seek to build a better world together with all generations involved. This tiny piece is entitled "Jump for Joy". A hand-cut collage on stretched canvas 8" x 8" $95
Announcing a brand-new clothing line, "After the Small Talk" by Montreal fashion house, Le Galeriste and Art-A-Porter, featuring the artwork of Rosemary Nagel. The clothing and home fashions include: a kimono, tee, tote bag, face masks, cushion, scarf, cape dress, tunic, reversible sleeveless dress, asymmetrical dress, reversible top, skirt and tee. Free shipping in Canada and US if purchase over $100. Just click on https://www.art-a-porter.com/en/rosemary.nagel for a viewing!
As the world goes through massive change, we are reminded that we must be vigilant. As global citizens, we have a responsibility to shape a better world for our children and grandchildren. This piece, entitled "Trust Me", speaks to our need for political activism and attentiveness. Mixed media on stretched canvas 6" x 12" $85
Yesterday I had a stranger thank me for my signs which thank our health providers during covid. She mentioned that in Dundas, people make lots of noise for the changing of the shifts at 3:30 pm and 7:30 at the local hospital. This new piece, entitled "Purple Jam" shows that making music and just making loud and joyous noise can help heal and can show our gratitude to others. Mixed media on gallery-wrapped canvas 12" x 36".