Superior View

This is the first painting in a series of 12″ x 12″ paintings celebrating Canada.

There are many spectacular views to be seen while traveling along Highway 17 around Lake Superior. On the stretch of the Trans Canada Highway between Wawa and Sault Ste. Marie, this scene was spotted. It merited turning back for a better look. Here is a painting of that view of Lake Superior.


Superior View

This painting is 12″ x 12″, acrylic on stretched canvas. The original is currently available for sale, or prints can be ordered at…

I thought this scene deserved a larger (36″ x 48″), more detailed painting as well.

Here is a picture of that painting…


Superior View, 36″ x 48″, Acrylic on Stretch Canvas

The original of this painting is also available, and prints can be ordered at the following link…


South Baymouth, Manitoulin Island

On travels to Lake Superior we’ve taken the Chi-Cheemaun ferry from Tobermory to South Baymouth on Manitoulin Island.

On the first half of the trip, we don’t stay long in South Baymouth; as we’re eager to  continue on and explore the shores of Lake Superior.

On the way home, while waiting for the Chi-Cheemaun, there’s time to enjoy the sunset in South Baymouth…


South Baymouth, Ontario

This painting is 12″ x 12″, acrylic on stretched canvas. The original is currently available for sale, or prints can be ordered at…

Work in Progress, Grand River Trail

There are many beautiful places to hike along trails in Kitchener, Ontario. These photos show a work in progress of the Grand River Trail.

The painting is 30″ x 60″, acrylic, on stretched canvas. The pictures show the development of the painting by adding many layers of paint. The original painting is currently for sale.

More of my work can be seen at










The Beauty of Canada

I started another series of square foot (12″ x 12″) paintings to celebrate the beauty of Canada. These are acrylic, 12″ x 12″ on stretched canvas and are $225/each. As I add to this series, you can see more at
On my website it shows which paintings are still available as originals and which are available as prints/reproductions only.

Here are some of the paintings in this series, and there are many more “works in progress”.

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Work in Progress, Katherine Cove

The scenery around Lake Superior is absolutely beautiful. These photos show the progress on a painting of Katherine Cove. The painting I’m working on (shown below) is sold, but more artwork–depicting the area around Lake Superior–is on the go.

Once this painting is finished, prints will be available through my print-on-demand website at









Catholic Art

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Thank you, ChurchPOP, for the article about my Catholic artwork!

Here’s a link to the article…

The Stunningly Beautiful Modern Catholic Art of Sheila Diemert



Attention Realtors


Wouldn’t it be great if people visiting the homes of your clients started asking them who their realtor is?

Here’s how that could work…

I’ve often had strangers see my art at an art show and tell me that one of their friends has a painting of mine in their home.  When people see original art on display in a home; they inquire about it, remember it, and make connections through that artwork.

Realtors have used my artwork for staging and as client gifts.  This can lead to some wonderful opportunities to connect with new clients.  The painting that you give as a gift is a beautiful billboard for you–24/7 soft sell advertising.  People notice original art.  They ask questions.  Conversations begin…  “I like that painting.  Where did you get it?”  “It was a gift from my realtor.”  “Wow.  Who’s your realtor?”  …and then the conversation is all about you–what a wonderful job you did for them, how quickly their old house sold, how you found them the perfect home to purchase, etc.  It’s a conversation that starts because of the gift of that painting–a very positive conversation and one that people remember.

To view more of my work, please visit my websites:

Let’s get those conversations started.                                                                                                               DSCF4837 copy 2

Looking Up Again


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Here are some more paintings in the “Looking Up” series.  These three original paintings are available to rent or purchase and are each 4 feet by 6 feet.  They are painted on board with acrylic paint and are braced at the back and ready to hang.

To see more of my artwork, please visit .


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