I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
This English Bay scene contains pertinent symbols: hearts, a tiara, and a "Y" pathway to denote "Yes".
People go nuts when the cherry blossoms come out in Vancouver.
Autumn and winter are the best times of year to see spectacular sunsets in Vancouver.
This is a valentine to Valentine's Day because love isn't a simple heart-shaped experience.
Inhabit the Contradiction is a series of 25 small paintings on display at Blueshore Financial, 2212 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC until Oct. 31, 2016.
About that map. And, yes, you can get a poster.
My studio collective is putting on a huge thing. Food is likely. Beverages are probable. Creativity and general spectacularity AS ALWAYS.
You can see some of my North Shore paintings at BlueShore Financial HQ in North Vancouver.
Morning fog is magical: mountains become an opalescent mirage while the cranes become primordial pack animals.
This Mediterranean city gets a Renaissance look, which means a pale sky against a more dramatic foreground.
This painting shows a late-spring morning when Burrard Inlet is calm and the commuters haven’t started bustling yet.
This is the view from Sandy Beach Park of downtown Calgary on a late afternoon fall day.
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