Tuesday, 2 March 2021

Friday March 5 - Esquimalt Lagoon, Coburg Peninsula

Ayo Alfrescoes. This Friday March 5 2021, we will be painting at the Equimalt Lagoon, at the north end of the Coburg Peninsula, near the bridge (map  here ).

NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.

Remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic. Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Friday February 26 - Red Barn Market (W. Saanich Rd)

Mulishani Alfrescoes! On Friday February 26 2021, we will be painting at the Red Barn Market on W. Saanich Road and surrounding area. If you do not want to paint at the market itself, you can try the intersection of Wallace Drive and W. Saanich Road (just north of the market). This location offers plenty of farmland scenery. A map can be found  here .


NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.

Remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic. Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.

Tuesday, 16 February 2021

Friday February 19 - Willows Beach

Pryvitańnie Alfrescoes and Happy New Year!! This Friday February 19 2021, we are painting at Willows Beach in Oak Bay (map  here ).

NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.

Remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic. Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.

Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Friday February 12 - Mount Douglas Park

Seavus Alfrescoes! This Friday February 12 2021, we will be painting at Mount Douglas Park. Directions can be found  here .


NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.

Remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic. Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.

Tuesday, 2 February 2021

Friday February 5 - Macaulay Point Park

Maršix val Alfrescoes! On Friday February 5 2021, we will be painting at Macaulay Point Park in Esquimalt (map  here ).


NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.


Remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic. Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Friday January 29 - Esquimalt Gorge Park

Horas Alfrescoes! We are resuming the Friday locations emails, but please remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic.

This Friday January 29 2021, we will be painting at Esquimalt Gorge Park, off Tillicum Road (map  here ).

UPDATE: Access to parking off of Tillicum Road is closed due to construction. Additional parking (see map) is available at the end of Sioux Place (access from Craigflower Rd). Thanks to Joan Richardson, Ron Wilson and Vicki Postl for bringing this to our attention.

NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.


Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.

Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Friday January 22 - Oak Bay Marina

Kaixo Alfrescoes. We are resuming the Friday locations emails, but please remember that we are still in the midst of a pandemic.

This Friday January 22 2021, we will be heading to the Oak Bay Marina (map  here ).

NOTICE: There will NOT be a Show'n'Tell at Noon. It has proven too difficult to maintain proper social distancing at the get together. We have received complaints that artists are approaching other artists and are forgetting about social distancing. If this continues, weekly locations will no longer be posted.


Everyone should continue observing social distancing rules, remaining at least 2m apart from others.

If you wish, you can take a picture of your own work and send the image file to Ron Wilson, who has offered to post your work. Here are his instructions:
  • send JPGs only on Friday afternoons between noon to 4:00 pm
  • email to ronjbw@gmail.com
  • the images should be cropped and reduced to 1024 pixels on the longest edge, and 72dpi.
  • Ron can publish between 10 and 20 such images weekly.
Remember, we cannot control the public, who may wish to approach you without you noticing. Therefore, this is at your own risk, and you can choose not to participate. The COVID-19 virus remains a serious public heath issue. If you require further information on how to keep yourself and others safe, please visit the BC governments' website.