Making some progress on this painting of the Mediterranean on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. Can’t wait to go there one day but in the meantime, I’ll dream and paint it.
I’ve been missing the Tropics a bit recently, due to months of grey weather here in Vancouver. Painting this piece gave me a reminder of that sun and warmth with that gentle tropical breeze blowing through the Palm trees.
Had a really inspiring day out in nature in Stanley Park at Beaver Lake today and made a new squirrel friend. When people would walk by he’d run into his home in the tree to hide then come back out when the other people were gone. I swear he was posing for the camera.…Details
A drawing I did when I was in Fine Arts in the late 90s. I drew this while looking at the original drawing by Theodore Gericault who was a renowned french artist from the Romanticism period in the very early 1800s. His work came to the BC Royal Museum in Victoria, BC. Many have…Details
In the last few months, I’ve been getting to know the sound of a Hummingbird’s call. I’ve been trying to get quicker with looking up as soon as I hear it. I was pleasantly surprised when this one wasn’t too far away after I heard it and looked up. Photo taken in Stanley Park,…Details
I found this drawing in one of my old sketchbooks from back in the late 1990s – early 2000s, read more… circa 1998/99. I was obsessed with the idea of being able to see reflections in water and at the time, was big into writing down my dreams. My technical skills have evolved…Details
The Ocean breathes life. Almost all living, breathing creatures on our planet depend on it, including us. In ancient times, Pelicans and Cormerants were highly respected around the world and were even symbols for Ocean and fishing. Their images were used to adorn pottery, art and even ancient ruins such as Chan Chan in Peru dating back to…Details