All paths lead to the little islet that stands strong on the west coast of British Columbia.
The sun sets jut behind Passage Island and casts its colours across the ocean. Passage Island is located just off the shores of West Vancouver.
After a fresh snowfall this beautiful little tree just happened to be located in the perfect spot to be soaking up the glorious warmth of the sun.
Created by children’s put joy a snowman with an expressive stance holds his position with a big smile on his face. Painted from an actual snowman with a sense of joy around him!
A snow man created by the joy of children was by himself when I saw him. He was an actual snowman who had melted a bit and his head had slipped back but he was so expressive in his posturing that he begged to be painted! When I look at him I can hear the … Read More
On a beautiful day the little islet nestles on a west coast beach. The clouds catch the light and the little islet captures the focal point.
The mists that move across the Pacific Ocean offer consistent moisture to the west coast landforms. There are a million shades of green on the west coast!
First opened January 1927, the old classic West Vancouver Hollyburn Lodge is a lovely subject to paint. Located on the edge of First Lake and nestled in the tall trees the red lodge is a lovely contrast to the colours of the landscape!
The Pacific Coast of British Columbia is dotted with sea stacks that have stood majestically for thousands of years and watched over our coast.
I photographed this islet in Barkley Sound and I have painted it before. It is just such a perfectly beautiful little islet that it calls to be painted again and again.