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Set-up for Tinicum Arts Festival — Claudia McGill, Artist

You might enjoy a walk-through behind the scenes of this festival. I can give you a good picture, at least as far as my role in the production goes. There is a routine we go through at each show to get ready for our performance. This show is a good one to examine – we […]

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Tiny Art Gallery – Offers Some Squiggles

You may remember back in April, 2017, we visited the Tiny Art Gallery? You know, the place where, if you are shopping for your dollhouse-sized location, whether you are a dollhouse-sized person or just interested in the small art world – well, I’m getting all tangled up in this sentence, but I think you know what I mean.

Anyway, the Tiny Art Gallery has some new offerings. This is the Squiggle collection.

ATC-sized, 2.5″ x 3.5″. All in acrylics.


I took pictures of chickadees in the snow, back in the winter. I did these paintings of them – originally in snow. I was not happy with the blank whiteness, or maybe I didn’t want to revisit winter, so – I livened things up, made them warmer. I hope the chickadees like these homes I have made for them.

Acrylics, March 2017, 10″ x 8″.


Tall Pointy Trees

These paintings are 6″ x 6″ and were done in acrylics. From March, 2017.

I like to pare the forms of the world down into basic shapes and colors.