Looking out to the “edge of the earth” this island stands guard just off the coast line.
The view of the sky changes as the clouds float by but the small island with its wind blown foliage stands consistently strong in the ocean.
As I head into Winter, this is a small painting captures the last of the longer summer days for this year.
The little fishing village known as Quidi Vidi is located just outside of St. John’s Newfoundland. The day I was there the wind was a howling but the little harbour was as quiet anything and the boats were virtually not moving. When I painted this piece I felt the need to take some liberties … Read More
The Vancouver Rowing Club is located in Stanley Park on the edge of Coal Harbour. The Rowing Club came into being in 1899 as an amalgamation of the Vancouver Boating Club and the Burrard Inlet Rowing Club. The Clubhouse was completed in 1911 and today it is designated with heritage status. … Read More
Evening perspectives on the West Coast. This little painting went to my gallery space at Pacific Arts Market, in Vancouver, and was happily sold for a 50th Anniversary gift!
This is a sketch of the historic fishing village, Quidi Vidi, in Newfoundland situated just outside of St. John’s. This little protected harbour is quaint, whimsical and beautiful all at the same time!! It is also home to the Quidi Vidi Brewing Company.
This piece was painted some time ago after a sailing trip to the British Virgin Islands. The winds were terrific for sailing and the sound of the winds blowing the palms was simply lovely and quietly impressive. Uninhabited amazingly pristine tiny islands exist on the landscape in the British Virgin Islands.
This is a painting of a bronze sculpture by George Lundeen who is an American Sculptor. Here is what George had to say about his sculpture, “The original piece came from a sketch I did in the Rome train station. There were a couple of kids across from me on the marble floor. It became the … Read More
I painted this piece plein air at VanDusen Botanical Gardens. The 1810 square metre Visitor Centre building is the entrance to the gardens was designed by Busby, Perkins + Will in 2011. The building itself was inspired by organic forms and natural systems. In keeping with the botanical theme inspiration came from a native orchid … Read More