The Ferry Building is West Vancouver’s first designated heritage building. Before the Lions Gate Bridge was built in 1038, the easiest way to get to the city of Vancouver from the North Shore was by ferry and the Ferry Building in West Vancouver was the terminal. The ferry building at 1414 Argyle Avenue still stands … Read More
A painting of a young girl learning to skate and her young friend encouraging her.
A clear evening, Christmas lights in the background, a snowy foreground with long shadows and kids singing Christmas Carols. The dog chiming in too!!
This is the very first piece of art that I submitted to BC Children’s Hospital in 1995 and I was fortunate to be selected for their Holiday Card Program. Children of mutli-nationalities bundled up and holding hands on a winter day.
1999 BC Children’s Hospital Holiday Card. Winter time, the snow lightly falling, kids bundled up in winter clothing and boots, having fun in the snow.
One of my favourites! I loved the detail I managed to get on skates the girls are carrying, it really made my day!!
16 x 20 watercolour on paper – sold The was the painting that was used on the invitation to my solo show that was held at the University Women’s Club at Hycroft. Hycroft is an majestic heritage building that was built in 1909 by General Aleander Duncan McRae and is located in Vancouver’s Shaughnessy area. The … Read More
5 x 7 watercolour on paper, 2002, a Holiday Card for BC Children’s Hospital. Kids off sledding on a clear crisp cold winter day.
A fish boat named Fin. Fin just seemed like the right name as I am sure she has had a lot of fins on board!
The word notch is defined as an indentation on an edge or a surface. The name Notch came from the indentations on the wood used for the hull. A happy little sail boat rigged as a sloop.