I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
Hydrangeas are a symbolic flower in the Azores and make for colorful windbreaks along the coastal trails.
There's a special confluence of festivity when Vancouver gets snow in December.
Hydrangeas are beautiful even as they fade.
Starry night in Washington over dancing pines.
Inhabit the Contradiction is on display at Blueshore Parkgate in North Van until Feb. 8, 2017.
2017 Vancouver calendars are available. Sold out at studio but you can order them online.
October through December are always busy times. Here are a few shows and appearances that are in the works.
About that map. And, yes, you can get a poster.
The eye-catching red roof and trim make this one of the most distinctive houses on the block.
This is Granville Island on a bright fall morning against a backdrop of tall and willowy downtown buildings.
This painting shows the Granville and Burrard Bridges framed by Granville Island and downtown Vancouver.
This is the Rowing Club in as it appeared in the 1980's, when neon was a perfectly acceptable clothing colour.
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