This beautiful home, now known as the “Lodge”, was designed and built by very talented friends who have great attention to detail! It was such fun to be a part of a special surprise painting for a special person and I had such fun painting it!!
A lone tree stands strong and proud on a small little islet at Brady’s Beach in Bamfield, BC. The vegetation that survives on the west coast sea stacks alway impresses me with its tenaciousness!
Facing directly west Cox Bay is one of the best places to observe the sunset on the west coast. The colours and the reflections in the incoming tide are a privilege to behold! Previously called False Bay, Cox Bay gained its name from John Henry Cox who lead one of the earliest fur trading expeditions … Read More
Located in Bamfield BC is Brady’s Beach and I am told that it is one of the most photographed beaches on west coast. There are several sea stacks at Brady’s Beach, which provides wonderful choice views for an artist.
Incinerator Rock is an ideal little west coast islet that got its name during WWII as a place to burn military garbage. The location of Incinerator Rock serves as a natural separation between the Estowista First Nations reserve and Long Beach, Tofino.