Recently the Canadian Geese with their quizzical looks have caught my attention. I was sitting on a bench surrounded by Canadian Geese and this particular Canada Goose spun on his heels and and prepared to take flight. Magically his wings began to spread and grow as they gracefully left the sides of his body. … Read More
A classic site in the lift line at the bottom of the Harmony Chair (the old Blue Chair) at Whistler Mountain. The playful Whiskey Jacks circle above and occasionally perching on the top of a ski pole, hoping for a handout.
A view from Eagle Harbour Beach out across the harbour to Passage Island on a beautiful quiet evening.
The little islets out on the west coast stand with such majestic strength all year long!
Together these two geese were on a mission. Not sure where they were off to, perhaps it was lunch!!
A gaggle of geese were out on the pond and I selected this particular one. I really liked the way she was moving toward me, yet something to her right caught her attention.
Whytecliff Park has always held a fascination with its little islet that is accessible at low tide and surrounded by the sea at a full tide. This was painted before the noon day sun and Whyte Islet had lovely shadows.
The West Coast can be ferocious or placid and calm. The is a day on the west coast when all was so contemplative and peaceful!! A delight to paint!
Stearman Beach has long been a favourite of my family. It has a little creek running through the beach to the sea and it has kept kids occupied and enthusiastic on the beach for hours. It looks west over towards Caulfeild and the dipping sun creates a wonderful display at the end of the day.
Started plein air in VanDusen Botanical Gardens when the beautifully large sunflowers were in full bloom.