An inviting little cabin nestles in the forest. Cabins just like this one were built in the 1930’s on Hollyburn Mountain in West Vancouver and have been very well maintained for decades.
I am so attracted to the little cabins nestled in the snowy forest! A true refuge for wintery day!
A day on the west coast always a great day but when the weather is bright and clear it is truly magical!! Another piece going the Anonymous Show at the North Vancouver Arts Council Gallery!
A misty morning in lovely Deep Cove. The flat calm deep water in the cove captures the reflections beautifully. This piece is going to the Anonymous Show at the North Van Arts Council.
Many sweet little cabins, just like this one, still nestle on Hollyburn Mountain.
San Josef Bay is at the northern end of Vancouver Island within Cape Scott Provincial Park. The sea stacks at one end of the beach are a fun sight to see and walk around.
A 2.5 km walk into the beach at San Josef Bay is worth the effort. The beach is a beautiful sight to see!
It’s a short walk into a big beach at Grant Bay on the west coast. It’s always a perfect day when I set up and paint on the beach.
At the end of the Botel Trail is a wonderfully rocky remote beach. It was so quiet I could hear the wings of an eagle as she carried a fish low across the water where she disappeared into the forest. An otter was on his back and I could hear him cracking shells on his … Read More
I painted the more formal gardens with established structure of Van Dusen Botanical Gardens. I had to paint this piece in a hurry as one of the gardeners asked me to move.