I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
Vancouver as it usually looks: overcast, mountains, industry, water, trees.
Vancouver archetypes coming together for the 7pm cheer.
Rio's iconic Cristo. There is always a cultural longing for a saviour. More poignantly at some times than others.
Cioffi’s and the Heights sign, painted when nights on the street seemed a little darker than usual.
Who can't wait for this year to be over? 2022 Vancouver calendars are available.
Sartorial strangulation via landscape: scarf art.
How it went!
So I did a thing this summer. I’m in a TV show called Landscape Artist of the Year Canada, premiering Feb. 16 at 9 pm ET/PT on @BeMakeful #LAOTYC
Vancouver is full of endless damp grey days so when you get a break in the weather, the city seems extra bright.
Imagination is the best part of childhood. When you're young, you imagine more because you know less.
Hydrangeas are a symbolic flower in the Azores and make for colorful windbreaks along the coastal trails.
The dramatic lighting and the red bricks against the greenbelt of Victory Square give this scene a sense of salvation.
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