These days, combining scuba diving and painting has led me to many exotic locations where, after a morning of diving, I can set up under the shade of a tree and paint a seascape. Painting after scuba diving with its thrills and challenges is very calming and serene. Harsh winters…
We quite often enjoyed seeing wildlife while we spent long hours outdoors. On one trip, we decided to go to Waterton Lakes National Park, in Alberta, located on the joint U.S.-Canadian border. We chose to paint the lake and mountains, and set up on a grassy area close to the…
When Carol and I were both living in Alberta, we stayed  a month at the Gushul Studio for Artists in Blairemore, Alberta. The town was near Frank Slide, the  tragic site of a small coal mining community crushed by a mountain slide. The area felt eerie to begin with. It…
One summer, Rebecca and I decided to take a different route to Emma Lake from Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, where we were living. We drove straight east from Edmonton stopping close to Turtle Lake, Saskatchewan to spend the night and paint. We were on a narrow gravel road when we…
During another trip Mom, Carol, Becky, and I decided to head south in Alberta along the edge of the forestry reserves and mountains. We discovered a beautiful location with a wide-open pasture skirting the mountains. We managed to brace the wind and set up in various locations. Suddenly we heard…
There were not too many incidents that broke the flow of our painting. However, one time when Mom, Rebecca, Carol, and I were painting in Kananaskis Country, a region of Albertan provincial parks encompassing both the foothills and mountains, a park ranger asked us if we had seen the grizzly…
After she had moved to Calgary, my sister, Rebecca, often joined Mom and I, on our sketching trips that were fruitful and productive excursions. We painted continuously until dusk and photographed every site. The photographs and watercolors gave us the information, studies, and inspiration for the work eventually done in…
Together with my sisters Rebecca Perehudoff, and Carol Perehudoff, and my mother, Dorothy Knowles, I have had many adventures in search of new landscapes to paint. We have met unconventional people, encountered wildlife, and experienced unpredictable weather. Recently, Mom was saying it always seemed that if we started out in…

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ART NOW 2022

Reception: Thursday, September 22, 6:30 - 9 PM
September 22 - 25
ART NOW, Saskatchewan's fine art fair, returns to a live, in-person format for 2022. Taking place September 22nd to 25th at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon.

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Locandina gallery poster

A wonderful place to have a solo exhibit is Relais San Clemente, Bosco, Perugia. Curated by Adelinda Allegretti,my artwork has been hung in various rooms of this beautiful hotel which has an interesting history.

https://www.relais.it/en/la-storia/

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International Group Exhibit in Assisi (San Francis' town) curated by Adelinda Allegretti. 2nd-19th December. Exhibition is part of the 17th Giornata del Contemporaneo (Contemporary Art Day) promoted by AMACI - Associazione dei Musei d'Arte Contemporanea Italiani (Association of Italian Contemporary Art Museums).

Collector Invitation

For archival purposes and future public exhibitions the artist would like to invite collectors of her work, if they are interested, to share their names, the title, medium, year of the painting they own and contact information with her in order to facilitate potential curatorial research. Due to the closing of many commercial galleries previously exhibiting her work information pertaining to the location of earlier paintings has been lost. This information would be kept confidential in the artist’s records unless there was a request for a specific art work to be included in a public exhibition at which time the collector would be contacted for permission.