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NEWS AND
STUDIO UPDATES

This section includes highlights of some of my latest work, as well as

information about exhibitions and shows.

CELEBRATING MY 54TH COMMISSION

I am grateful to my wonderful galleries, my lovely clients, my forever loyal and faithful friends and family for their constant support and creative encouragement! 

T H A N K   Y O U!

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Happy 54th!

THE ANNUAL EASTSIDE CULTURE CRAWL

November 17th - 20th, 2022
Thursday - Friday: 5PM - 10PM
Saturday - Sunday: 11AM - 6PM

The Annual Eastside Culture Crawl is here again with over 500 artists on Vancouver's Eastside opening their studios to the public.  Unfortunately, I will not be participating in the Culture Crawl this year but plan on attending with my family.  If you plan on coming to this wonderful event and would like to visit my studio, please contact me at (604) 812 - 6509 and I will be more then happy to arrange a private studio visit.

For more information please visit:

       www.culturecrawl.ca

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A COMMISSION FOR A
TSAWWASSEN HOME

"Subtle and Elegant"

Currently working on two 24" x 60" pieces for a Tsawwassen home.  Thank you
so much to Margaret and Harvey from Art Junction Gallery and Framing in Whistler.

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A COMMISSION FOR A NORTH
VANCOUVER HOME

"The Mystery and Serenity of
the Deep Blue Sea"

Just completed this 42" x 72" commission for a North Vancouver home in hues of dark emerald greens, pthalo blues and greens, raw sienna, cobalt blues and black. Inspired by the clients passion for scuba diving, this piece utilized more then 80 washes of colour.  Thank you so much to Dave and The Ukama Gallery - I am grateful for your constant support and creative encouragement.

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A COMMISSION FOR A PALM
SPRINGS HOME

"An Ochre: The Oldest Known
Natural Pigment

Thank you so much to Janine and Mireille from The UKAMA Gallery and Gregory for this exciting commission.  This 24" x 70" piece will explore titanium white, nuances of greys and yellow ochre.  Ochre is the earliest known pigment to paint our world.  It was the most commonly used pigment for painted walls in ancient Egypt and the Egyptians loved yellow ochre as they associated it with gold - "the colour of the Gods."  Yellow ochre can be found throughout archeological sites in Great Britain, Ireland, France, Spain, Mexico and Egypt.

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CONTEMPLATING A
VISCERAL BLUE

 

New piece for The UKAMA Gallery, Granville Island

This new piece, "Searching for Clarity within a Visceral Blue". Mixed media. 40" x 40". 2021, will be on display and available for purchase at The Ukama Gallery on Granville Island the first week of December.  This piece is part of my new series: "We Emerge and Begin Again".

To inquire about this piece please visit:
       www.ukamagallery.ca

 

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A COMMISSION FOR A
VANCOUVER HOME

 

The Nuances of A Fuschia Pink

"A Vibrant Pink for Roxanne", the colour fuchsia symbolizes uniqueness, confidence, maturity and certainty.  The effects: it nurtures, soothes and inspires.  I am grateful to Sean and Roxanne for this amazing opportunity.

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