Sold at the Anonymous Show at the North Vancouver Community Arts Council. Standing relatively high in the ocean allows for a small yet whole ecosystem to sustain the life that has settled on the islet.
A peaceful scene that was just begging to be painted. Sitting on the shore and looking out towards the tiny island that is so well established.
This fall the sunsets have been absolutely amazing!! So challenging for me to capture the beauty of the actual real view…here is my attempt. The under lighting of the clouds, in my mind, is what makes the scene outstanding. I hope I did it justice. Painted in a fast 20 minutes, I am relatively happy … Read More
Another island in the stream!! Clearly a favourite subject of mine, so fun to paint!!
I think islands are much like artists. Just as islands exist silently in their own space, artists are often in their own space, quietly letting their creative juices flow. I painted a little sketch of the same image and it appealed to me so much that I painted a larger version.
My painting was selected this year, 2018, for one of BC Children’s Hospital Holiday Cards. I think this is the 20th year that I have submitted a painting to BC Children’s Hospital.
The resilient little islands in the Broken Group Islands are a never ending source of inspiration!!
Out of Lady Rose Marine Services, I was very fortunate to be aboard the Francis Barkley traveling from Port Alberni to Seachart Lodge. This was painted from one of the photos I took.
At the entrance to Howe Sound, out on a rocky out cropping, on the southwest shore of Bowen Island is the Cape Roger Curtis Lighthouse.
The little island sits just off shore and in calm water it offers close to perfect reflections.