A fun collage, sort of speak, of bits of Vancouver.
Close to St. Mark’s Summit on the How sound Crest Trail is a lovely view of the islands of Howe Sound. Little Bowyer Island reflecting into the water is the focal point of the painting. Bowen Island sits to the left of Bowyer and Gambier Island sits to the right. Further in the distance is … Read More
Painted at VanDusen Botanical Gardens. Although not the focal paint of the painting, what attracted me to the scene was the background trees. The light washed out the distant trees turning them shades of turquoise and teal.
The French lavender fields in Provence are a magnificent sight to see!! The fields seem to go on forever and are located in the high plateau of Sault, at the base of Mount Ventoux. As the lavender sways in the light winds, it is advisable to close your eyes and breathe.
The shadow on the yellow house caught my eye and called for a paint brush. Behind the fence and basking in the sun, this house is located on the west side of Vancouver.
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
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