‘Tower and Sail’

‘Tower and Sail’-2008, 24″x 24″ More of my whimsical Vancouver, Pacific sea and sky… At this point digital sensors had finally reached the point where; if you stitched enough files together; you could make a big file. I moved in this direction, abandoning film altogether several years before this.

‘Green Timbers with George’

‘Green Timbers with George’-2017, 45″x 75″ Green Timbers Forest is pretty good as urban forests go. It’s a world of it’s own… deserving of protection. My dog, George… thinks it’s his turf. He patiently waits while I fiddle with my camera.

‘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.

‘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;┬áthere 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…

“West Hastings’

‘West Hastings’-2017, 45″x75″ I actually shot the components for this piece in November, 2016. After a record number of rainy days this winter; I finally got around to working with it. This park is little Refuge from The Towers. I find the Towers both beautiful and menacing. They’re efficient on one level and wasteful on another. There’s no denying their beauty though…

‘Triple Insect Vision-Downtown’

‘Triple Insect Vision-Downtown’-45″x 45″, 2017 If we Humans had vision like this; no one could ever sneak up on anybody! No surprises. I guess that’s why it’s so hard to catch a fly… I’ve made this insect view more complicated than Mother Nature likely would, for esthetic purpose. Artist’s aren’t confined by Nature’s frugality… thankfully. This is of course, Canada Place, where the cruise…