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Art Competition

12 images were entered for the Minted art challenge last month, and 3 received high votes and judges choice. This was Angela's  first contest with Minted, and judges were so pleased with her work, she was offered her own store!  Below is the winning images (including colorways) that are soon to be on Minted for sale. Angela will be uploading works for her store soon!

Minted winning art Sept 14 14

ACFA on Pinterest

We are on Pinterest!  Check out our creative art boards with many ideas and art combinations designed to inspire!  Our "Hot to Trot" board is featured below. Follow us  http://www.pinterest.com/cameronfineart/

Hot to trot on Pinterest ACFA blog

 

 

Have you seen our yellow car?

Yes, this is Angela's car! This cute canary yellow car is buzzing around Vancouver and getting lots of attention and photos taken by tourists. Nissan made this car in Japan in only 1 year - 1991. Only 20,000 were made in 3 colors (this is not the original color). The Figaro is a right hand drive, with a convertable top and only 75hp - perfect for short city trips! 

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ACFA art on House Hunters

We were surprised to see our art in a recent House Hunters episode!  The show featured a couple seeking an apartment in Seattle. The first of 3 locations was a new build, modern apartment in the downtown area. The living room triptych is "blue and beige trees" on aluminum and the bedroom piece "urban lights 808" acrylic art. We had worked with a local designer to outfit the model rooms for sale to the public awhile back. One never knows where or how things will show up!

ACFA househunters feature July 28 14

GLOBE and MAIL features Angela Camerons Work

Globe and Mail editor chose Angela Cameron's "Vintage Swings" as the arty gift feature.

Art Interiors in Toronto represents Angela's gallery works and "Vintage Swings" is 1 of 6 in the Carnival collection. Art Interiors presents a "smalls" festival every year to offer smaller, affordable art by many Canadian artists.

Globe and Mail feature Dec 2013 ACFA

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