‘Marta’s Black OM’

‘Marta’s Black OM’-2015, 33″x 33″ This piece is one of a series of collaborations with well known Vancouver Artist, Marta Baricsa, http://www.martabaricsa.com/ I love Marta’s work and we entered into a collaborative endeavour, at the suggestion of a curator friend of ours. I’m pleased to say I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with Marta. I appreciate that she’s trusted me with her work…. knowing full well,…

‘Burrard Landing Club 16’

‘Burrard Landing Club 16’-2017, 40″x 40″ “If you don’t know which way is up, at least avoid the drains!” An urban globe on white… Dye Sublimation printed on White Aluminum Panel.

‘Dino Park Study #14’

‘Dino Park Study #14’-2012, 40″x 40″ Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, is a very strange and beautiful place. It seems ironic that a place so “out of our time”, should cough up so many terrific fossils. It’s still very much a hostile environment… baked in the summer and frozen in winter. The fossils literally jump out of the ground, with the weathering going on….

‘Library Glass Warp’

  ‘Library Glass Warp‘-2011, 20″ x 29.75″ Vancouver’s main library looks like a modern version of the Roman Coliseum. Of course, it’s surrounded by beautiful glass buildings, so I just decided to wrap them around it. The Library is also circular, so I stayed with the circular theme. This was a winter project. As usual; there was no snow… lucky to be living in “Lotus…

‘Burrard Inlet with Blue Dot’

‘Burrard Inlet with Blue Dot’-2016, 45″x 90″ This is another piece, in my ‘HarbourFront in Alternate Reality’ Series. The Pacific, blue sky and sun, made this winter day a piece of cake! Vancouver embraces the 21st Century in a uniquely Canadian way. It’s a very cool city, especially in the winter…

‘Cathedral Grove Portal’

‘Cathedral Grove Portal’-2015, 45″x90″ I love being in the forest but it has a dark side too. This piece mixes the beautiful with the unknown, which for me, are two of the best things about the forest. As long as it’s going well; it’s great. Cathedral Grove is an Old Growth Forest on Vancouver Island.

‘Stanley Park Palette Diptych’

‘Stanley Park Palette Diptych’-2017, 2 Panels x 45″ I often make palette studies of significant locations. Stanley Park doesn’t normally flash a lot of red but the fire extinguishers really jump out. You might visit a hundred times and not see them, so I decided to use one here… This piece needs a big space.