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.
My Gratitude Angels are a rudimentary looking angel, painted simplistically on on rustic beach wood. Their intended purpose is to hang on a door knob or to stand on a windowsill to remind us to stop for a wee moment be grateful for where we are and what we have.
A small one of a favourite theme, the little stacks on the big beaches of the West Coast!!
Inspired by John Lennon. This piece hangs in my bedroom and is a great one to go to sleep with and a great one wake up to. Inspirational words at both ends of the day.
The philosophy of Beach People is quite simple. They are a gentle folk who have stories to tell. They have been at sea for a long time, sometimes for years, before finding their way to a shore. They have seen the condition of the seas and shorelines. The general theme of their stories is to … Read More
Unbelievably snowy weather this year is inspiring more winter paintings!
The Rowing Club is a Vancouver landmark. It sits majestically in Coal Harbour in Stanley Park. It was the reflections in the water that drew me to put paint on canvas for this one.
24 x 48 acrylic on canvas – sold This is my favourite summer swimming spot!! It does my soul good to warm up on the rocks and it is so refreshing to slip into the ocean! Looking out across the water to Lighthouse Park on the right and straight ahead to Point Grey.
This is painted from the point looking back towards Caulfeild Cove. The rocks gracefully stretch out into the water and the sandy beach is at the head of the cove on the far shore in the painting.
12 x 24 acrylic on canvas Horseshoe Bay is a protective cove, where the ferries from Vancouver Island, Gibsons and Bowen Island dock. This little ferry travels the Bowen Island route. This view is looking north to Howe Sound where the mountains reach steeply toward the sky.