Roxanne Dyer

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About Roxanne Dyer

Capturing light to render it’s effects is one reason Roxanne loves to create art. Preferred subjects for her oil paintings are the human form, florals in their environment, still life including teacups and satin bows, skyscapes and hot air balloons. Her current focus is the figure in portrait painted with a view to expressing emotion by capturing light and rendering it’s effects. With a painting career spanning 20 years, Roxanne completed her Fine Arts degree at Concordia University in 1998.  An exhibitor in numerous group and solo exhibitions, Roxanne’s original artwork has won several awards, hangs in collections internationally and has been published in InternationalArtist.com Magazine. A finalists in the 2008 fine art competition Roxanne’s painting L’Habilleuse was featured in the November 2009 issue of The Artist’s Magazine’s Competition Spotlight. Roxanne is currently developing a body of work for exhibition in 2019. Spring 2018 she attended an art workshop given by David A. Leffel, Sherrie McGraw and Jacqueline Kaman of The Artists Guild in Santa Fe. Roxanne traveled to Italy in 2013 to attend artist David Jon Kassan’s workshop at the JSS in Civita Castellana.

“The Doll House” exhibition

"The Doll House" exhibition,  artist Roxanne Dyer presents her artwork "... alias Dolly Dingle" oil on canvas, 52" x 26"...  Scroll down to see the INVITATION. In my DOLL HOUSE were many things. Few cherished objects have remained with me throughout life. But, aside [...]

By |2019-03-19T17:29:44+00:00March 1st, 2019|Blog, Exhibitions|Comments Off on “The Doll House” exhibition

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine's Day! This painting is titled:  "Rose",  oil on canvas, 10" x 20".  Additional info is available upon request. "Rose" is from the The Valentine Project '19 ... I'll be posting all images from the project throughout February.  Here are a few below... [...]

By |2019-03-19T17:50:09+00:00February 14th, 2019|Blog, New Artwork, Research|Comments Off on Happy Valentine’s Day!

Creating Beauty | Sharing New Peony Art

Creating Beauty and Sharing New Peony Art... Beauty, grace and refinement are the qualities I explore when painting sublime peony art.  The idea of sharing the art with you creates a wonderful sense of excitement as I paint each new piece. I imagine how delighted you'll be to take [...]

By |2019-01-22T19:28:56+00:00October 19th, 2018|Blog, Creative, New Artwork, Research|Comments Off on Creating Beauty | Sharing New Peony Art

What do art and hurricanes have in common?

What do ART and Hurricanes have in common? …Asheville, North Carolina & Hurricane Florence, September 2018. I know, I was there. I returned home… from an event in Asheville, North Carolina on Sept.15th. 2018.  My 6:05am flight home was remarkably uneventful… the weather, the change in [...]

By |2018-10-09T12:17:06+00:00October 5th, 2018|Blog, Exhibitions, Research|Comments Off on What do art and hurricanes have in common?

“Inside Out” Art Exhibition, June 16 to July 15, ’18

"Inside Out " the exhibition.   As long as I can remember... I’ve always felt like a little girl.  I attributed this to feelings of insecurity, immaturity until a few years ago.  Now I understand it was the playful child in me; as one friend observed, “…it’s your [...]

By |2018-06-10T00:06:47+00:00June 8th, 2018|Blog, Creative, Exhibitions, New Artwork|Comments Off on “Inside Out” Art Exhibition, June 16 to July 15, ’18

Exhibition & Vernissage May 11 – 13 ’18

see "Clementines With Leaves” details The Women's Art Society of Montreal 2018 Exhibition.  Here's your invitation... Check it out on VIMEO ... or Youtube.  [...]

By |2018-06-05T00:07:07+00:00May 7th, 2018|Blog, Exhibitions, New Artwork, Video|Comments Off on Exhibition & Vernissage May 11 – 13 ’18

Art Workshop in Santa Fe, March, 2018

About the Santa Fe Art Workshop... In March I attended a workshop given by artists David A. Leffel, Sherrie McGraw & Jacqueline Kamin of The Artists Guild.  I'm very excited to share with you what I learned through the experience, tips and ideas as well as a new project and series [...]

By |2018-06-05T00:07:09+00:00April 29th, 2018|Art Tips, Blog, Creative, New Artwork, Research, Video|Comments Off on Art Workshop in Santa Fe, March, 2018

The VALENTINE Project

The VALENTINE Painting Project "CUPID" oil painting on canvas. 24" x 30" Exploration Canvas for a Painting... The images below are a conceptual exploration and canvas of the elements for the oil painting titled "CUPID". I'm beginning this new year with an amusing topic.  Below are the images, [...]

By |2018-06-05T00:07:10+00:00January 19th, 2018|Blog, Creative, Research|Comments Off on The VALENTINE Project

“Roses in a Crystal Vase”

"Roses in a Crystal Vase" oil on linen, 36" x 36" $5500. Inquiries:  telephone: 514-935-9286;   email:  roxanne@roxannedyer.com Details of "Roses in a Crystal Vase"  "Roses in a Vase" (detail 1) "Roses in a Vase" [...]

By |2018-06-05T00:07:11+00:00November 30th, 2017|Blog, New Artwork|Comments Off on “Roses in a Crystal Vase”

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Peony 2 oil painting

Peony #2 oil painting by artist Roxanne Dyer.

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Beauty, grace and refinement are the qualities Roxanne Dyer explores when painting the sublime peony.  Peonies are especially lovely and generously offer many opportunities to create gorgeous arrangements that beautify the intimate universe, your home, your life.  Roxanne explores the peony’s personality liberally and arrives with a composition that is very much about the essence of “the peony”.  They are gorgeous…they represent all that is beautiful in our world…simultaneously strong and delicate, light but dramatic, moving but serene.  This image is based on Roxanne’s original oil painting titled “Peony Impressions #1” Click on this link to visit the “Peony Impressions” Art Print Collection  All printed products are made to order of the finest materials available and delivered to your door. Accessories/ frame etc. not included. (shipping included) Enjoy!      

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