Posted on February 2, 2014
I’d like to invite everyone to checkout my three year, Three Study Series, done on these great heritage buildings on Canada’s Parliament Hill.
From time to time, I may add a piece or two but I consider it pretty much finished at this point. I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed doing it…
HAPPY NEW YEAR to my Chinese friends!
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Posted on January 21, 2014
SKY 06072010 is a SKY panorama….part of my “SKY SERIES”.
I’m thinking around 30,000 ft.
Abstracting it from colour… hurt my brain!
But it was worth it, I think….
Posted on January 16, 2014
Posted on January 8, 2014
This is the latest in my series on the Parliamentary Library, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
The orange is where a lot of the work gets done; it’s desktop!
This is an amazing space… very impressive vertically!
This is my attempt to show it all within a 2 dimensional vertical format.
I dedicate this one to the Library staff…
who so gracefully carry their weighty responsibilities.
Posted on December 31, 2013
‘RED BUBBLES’ was created in 2001.
Of course, they’re not really bubbles… but that’s life.LOL
Artists get to play ‘fast and loose’ with these things.
This being the last Post of 2013… with New Years upon us in some parts of the world already; BUBBLES seemed appropriate!
STIR STICK INCLUDED.
Posted on December 17, 2013
I was daydreaming about summer today…
Vancouver’s thick cloud cover and short dark winter days, will do that to you!
‘Hay Bales on #9’ happened in 1997, a great thunderstorm on the Prairies and a camera loaded with infrared film.
It was hot!
Like most NORMAL Canadians… I never complain about the heat!
Posted on December 13, 2013
As bitter cold is griping almost all of North America; I thought I’d post a Summer Image from Alberta.
‘Hoodooville’ was inspired by a sunrise trip to capture imagery, without tourists at this popular spot, outside Drumheller. I love the Badlands and I’ve shot plenty of “straight shots” of them. Not this time, a little algorithmic geomorphing and Voila…’Hoodooville’.