I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
The iconic Rio Theatre on Broadway and Commercial is one of Vancouver's most beloved multimedia venues.
At sunset, the world is simultaneously calm and vibrant.
A synecdoche is a part that represents the whole. This is a rainbow of east and west side Vancouver landmarks.
Vancouver is a city of beginnings and endings. But, oh, the sunsets.
I illustrated the set for the 2017 East Van Panto again this year.
2018 Vancouver calendars are available.
It's been a chiaroscuro year.
This has absolutely nothing to do with art but it has a lot to do with me.
View of Toronto's many skyscrapers over Riverdale Park's bright autumn trees.
The essence of this scene is the anticipation of a night out: sequins, sparklers, lit pathways, and dancing stars.
Imagination is the best part of childhood. When you're young, you imagine more because you know less.
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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