This is a 6"x8" oil painting on birch panel. Not available.
March 18, 2019
August 7, 2018
This is a new painting I just completed after leaving off of it over a year ago because of poor health. It is a scene near the mouth of the Oyster River, just south of Campbell River. At dusk, in the east a full moon was rising while in the west the last light of the day was quickly fading from the sky. I tried to capture that special light on the driftwood.. It is a 9"x9" oil painting on birch panel. It is called, "Under a Full Moon at Dusk." Available
July 31, 2018
This new oil painting of a scene from Russia is inspired and based on a lovely photo shared by Irina Dubrovskaja, a musician and artist from Russia. I felt this composition had a beautiful classical feel to it and I wanted to capture it's essence.
It is a 11" x 14" oil painting on linen and birch panel. Not Available at this Time
May 4, 2018
This painting was inspired by a beautiful scene along the sea shore near Yellow Point on Vancouver Island. The rocky shoreline interspersed with layers of crushed barnacle shells transitioning into and below the mirror like surface of the sea under the evening pink sky suggested a very surreal and tranquil scene. This is a 11" x 14" acrylic painting on canvas board. Available
April 15, 2018
This is a 12" by 24" acrylic painting on birch wood panel. No longer Available.
July 30, 2017
This small painting was inspired by a winter scene near the mouth of Ayum Creek overlooking an old saw mill site in the distance. In the...
This painting was inspired by the glow of the setting sun reflecting softly on the landscape while the shadows along the rocks held a co...
This painting was initiated as a plein aire painting one sunny spring day near an old mill pond next to the mouth of Ayum Creek. The old ...
This is a Whiffin Spit scene after overnight storm, which during the day reflected the beauty of the light off the water and the incoming ...
This painting is inspired by a scene during a visit to Yellow Point. The rain suddenly lifted, the clouds started to break up and the s...