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.
This panting began in the Capilano River Canyon when I was following the trails near Cleveland Dam. The dark cliffs with the trees towering above set the stage for the sunlight the hit the other side of the river!!
You might recognize it, and you are right, it is Starbucks in Dundarave. This weekend I am part of the North Shore Art Crawl and I am fortunate enough and very appreciative to have Starbucks!! Lots of fun!!
12 x 24, acrylic on canvas Looking across Burrard Inlet to Point Grey and UBC the sailboats stand out against the darker point of land. Typically the weather that brings rain and winds comes from the southeast and this is exactly captured in this painting. For a sailer, reading the wind correctly is absolutely paramount … Read More
I just love the light in my daughter’s entry way in her heritage house. And although she did not have her laundry basket in that location, I pulled it in to the space and enjoyed the play of whites in the light. The piece was accepted into the “Ode to Oil” show at the Federation … Read More
There is something very special about fresh white sheets, lots of pillows and a good book that can keep you in bed a little longer or up a little later. This is a slightly simplified version of my room. At the Federation Gallery.
Calculations, linear thinking and the bubbling up of ideas that are 2 avenues of all our brain’s functions.
30 x 30 acrylic on canvas – sold Alzheimer’s disease is a tragic condition that has touched my life. I pulled this piece together thinking of one aspect of our brain’s amazing functions. Out of the blackness of infinity, creativity itself climbs the ladder to consciousness where it is analyzed many times over by the … Read More
Painted plein air on a beautiful day at Jericho Park.