I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
East Van view down the rail corridor towards the Militant Mothers of Raymur Pedestrian Bridge.
Beach, blooms, boats, bliss.
Railway tracks and East Van night lights.
Vancouver as it usually looks: overcast, mountains, industry, water, trees.
Buy local weird stuff, save $ and recycle: shopping, music, food & drinks.
All sold out at my studio but I'll have a fresh 2024 pile late 2023.
Ukraine sunflower prints: all proceeds going to Red Cross for Ukraine.
Sartorial strangulation via landscape: scarf art.
Imagination is the best part of childhood. When you're young, you imagine more because you know less.
The eye-catching red roof and trim make this one of the most distinctive houses on the block.
This is a street in Kits dressed up like a cheerful Saturday Morning cartoon.
The Ivanhoe is a backpacker's hostel so I gave it an easy sag to the walls, like a comfortable mattress.
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