I paint aerial perspectives and whimsically compressed views to fit in all the landmarks and create a sense of motion and familiarity.
Few scenes are as Canadian as a well-scored hockey net on a frozen pond.
Like flying over Never Never Land at dusk.
Very green. Very dense.
Icons of East Van: a Vancouver Special, the East Van cross, and exactly 13 crows flying overhead.
Holiday Fair at The Beaumont Studios: 326 W. 5th Avenue, Vancouver on Sunday, December 9th from 12 noon to 5 pm.
I illustrated the set for the 2018 East Van Panto again this year. This is far and away one of my favorite projects.
2019 Vancouver calendars are available.
I'm working in my studio like every weekend except (1) my studio will be clean and (2) I'll be friendly, at least from 11 am to 5 pm June 2 & 3.
View of Toronto's many skyscrapers over Riverdale Park's bright autumn trees.
The dramatic lighting and the red bricks against the greenbelt of Victory Square give this scene a sense of salvation.
The Grind is a 3 km trail up Grouse Mountain. 3 km may not seem long but the incline makes it feel a lot longer.
This painting shows the Granville and Burrard Bridges framed by Granville Island and downtown Vancouver.
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