My painting on a skateboard

My painting ‘Rainy Afternoon’ is featured on one of the 2019 Kitsch skateboards. It was fun to collaborate with a local company in Vancouver. Kitsch was looking for a typical Vancouver scene for their boards, what better than the Gastown Steamclock and...

Painting in the Garden

This past weekend, I finally visited the Monet Secret Garden Show at the Vancouver Art Gallery. I have done a walk-through of the exhibit on opening weekend but due to the crowds decided to come back later. An advantage of a Gallery membership is one can avoid the...

Creating a Series of Paintings

“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” – Aristotle I love this quote. Especially with respect to the process of working on a series of paintings together versus the process of working individual paintings. I am focusing this summer to work on series of...

Spring Garden in Vancouver

The beautiful flowers surround this entire home in the front and back; it was such a pleasure to work on this commission piece. I visited the home in Vancouver in late spring and caught the tail-end of the spring-blooms when the purple and pink rhododendrons were out...

Visiting Galleries Can Inspire Your Artwork

My artwork is of the places that I visit. However, when the paint finally touches the canvas, my ideas are often filtered by the art that I’ve seen. The colors, composition can be linked to some of my favorite paintings! I thought I would share a few examples of...

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