Posted on June 26, 2017
‘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.
Posted on June 21, 2017
‘Green Timbers Tunnel with Dog’-2017, 40″x 40″
Green Timbers Forest is in Surrey. That’s Surrey, in Metropolitan Vancouver, not London England!
My dog “George” is patiently waiting for me to stop fiddling around and continue the “sniff and wiz”.
He’s unaware that he’s been brought here today specifically to model.
Being a charming Standard Poodle, he’s a very good poser and very patient with the hired help (that would be me).
Nothing phases him, if this tunnel was there… he’d jump right in.
Posted on June 7, 2017
‘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.
Posted on May 17, 2017
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 Land”!
Posted on April 20, 2017
‘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…
Posted on April 5, 2017
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…
Posted on March 30, 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 ships dock, in downtown Vancouver.