I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
The many symbols of East Van.
The essence of this scene is the anticipation of a night out: sequins, sparklers, lit pathways, and dancing stars.
View from West Vancouver on a breezy late summer day. You can see all the way to Washington state.
View of Toronto's many skyscrapers over Riverdale Park's bright autumn trees.
My 2016 Vancouver calendars are available online.
November and December are always busy times. Here are a few shows and appearances that are in the works.
I illustrated the set for the 2015 East Van Panto again this year. This is far and away one of my favorite projects.
The Anonymous Art Show is innovative. Over 700 paintings, $100 each. The catch is that you don't know the name of the artist until after you buy.
Whistler Village is a charming place full of bright little buildings nestled against snowy slopes.
Vancouver alleys, whether they are urban gritty or backyard overgrown, are always beautiful in their roughshod untidines…
Vancouver is full of endless damp grey days so when you get a break in the weather, the city seems extra bright.
A quintessential Vancouver scene on one of those perfect late-afternoon winter days.
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