Blue Rocks
Acrylic
10 X 10″
Karen Neu Wideman
$150

Karen Neu Wideman – Acrylic

 

Artist Statement

Through my paintings, I love to share my view of God’s creation with a colourful palette and a variety of brushstrokes from my journeys.

 

About the Artist

Raised in Unionville, Ontario, Karen’s passion for art began at a very young age. Mostly self-taught, Karen enjoys learning new concepts to enhance her skills. With a love of Art History, her inspiration comes from a few specific artists such as VanGogh, Monet and The Group of Seven. Karen’s main focus of landscapes and florals is inspired by a love for the natural settings of God’s design. She uses a vibrant palette and doesn’t limit herself to one style or concept to capture these images.

Karen says “I like to capture places I’ve journeyed to or what I see around me, what the scene speaks to me with a spiritual element from my creator. My recent work is done with broken brushstrokes that sometimes have a mosaic affect reflecting on how we live in a broken world, no one is perfect, but all the strokes piece together into a complete picture how God has created each one of us uniquely.” Her work is in private collections in various locations of southern Ontario as well as local businesses for show and sale.

Path of Peace
Acrylic
30 X 24″
Karen Neu Wideman

For the past decade, Karen has taught children’s art programs from K to 8 in her Uxbridge home, schools and at local studios. She has also instructed adult beginner acrylic paint classes. Her passion for art extends beyond herself. She loves to teach and inspire creativity in children, as well as learn from them! She has a studio for classes in her home in Port Perry, Ontario.

416.918.3518

email: karenneuwideman@gmail.com

 

Site #3  with Theatre on the Ridge, Linda Virio,

Ruth Greenlaw, & Saundra Reiner

Utica Memory Hall, 13990 Marsh Hill Road, S/W Corner of Durham Rd. 21 and Marsh Hill Road, Utica

 

Map

Crown of Thorns
Acrylic
24 X 18″
Karen Neu Wideman
$350

Five Islands of Fundy
Acrylic
12 X 24″
Karen Neu Wideman
$300 (sold)