The resilient little islands in the Broken Group Islands are a never ending source of inspiration!!
Out of Lady Rose Marine Services, I was very fortunate to be aboard the Francis Barkley traveling from Port Alberni to Seachart Lodge. This was painted from one of the photos I took.
At the entrance to Howe Sound, out on a rocky out cropping, on the southwest shore of Bowen Island is the Cape Roger Curtis Lighthouse.
The little island sits just off shore and in calm water it offers close to perfect reflections.
The sunset colours soaring across the sky make a lovely backdrop for the little island.
Sitting in a quiet and calm high tide this little islet is located just off a similar peninsula.
At almost 4000 feet the Majestic Mount Robson is located in the British Columbia Rocky mountains. It stands high above Berg Lake and the glaciers that reside on Mount Robson calve directly into the lake giving the lake its colour.
This is a painting of Heron Lake at VanDusen Botanical Gardens. The foliage surrounding the lake changes so much throughout the year, but my favourite is the high key colours of autumn. My eye picks up on the shapes that slowly shift in the quiet water of the lake as I am drawn across the … Read More
The west coast is home to so many sea stack eco-systems. Within the larger environment they are self contained little islands that exist and look after themselves in all seasons and survive the harsh winter storms that roll in across the Pacific Ocean. This piece was donated to the Disability Association of BC (DABC) … Read More
Experiencing filtered sunlight and tall trees reaching for the sky while walking a quiet trail is both grounding and calming for the sole.