Here are a few images inspired by a recent visit to the metropolis of Vancouver and its fringes. Whiterock, Chilliwack, the VAG and Cafe Artegiano.
Here are a few recent paintings I’ve been working on. The first is a wintery scene (they all were until this week) looking up the Elk River near Fernie, BC. The second is a beautiful, old, and now condemned old … Continue reading
One of the tricky things about painting is finding not only a unique style, but a unique perspective. Most of the scenery we tend to see is from a car, looking out the window. While there is plenty of beauty … Continue reading
My dad lives on the edge of Lethbridge, Alberta in a house with a wedge-shaped lot that backs on to some railway tracks. If you go out the back gate, down the path that runs parallel to the tracks for … Continue reading
Anie and I spent the afternoon last weekend in Fernie, and on our way home in the late afternoon the sun was turning the Steeples range into a light-show. As we crossed the bridge into Wardner I got Anie to … Continue reading
In a rare moment I found myself with a few hours on a Saturday afternoon with a canvas gesso’d and ready to paint. I even had an idea waiting for this moment so I didn’t have to much prep, just … Continue reading
For the art show and reception we had last week, I painted a few new paintings. Below are three new canvases and one from a couple of years ago, all ranging in size from medium to quite large. All still … Continue reading