Canadian landscapes

Mara Moment, Acrylic on canvas, 24×48″ Available

Fire Lake

As the Crow Flies

Another Lenticular Sunday

Climbing Black Tusk

Myself and a couple of friends climbed Black Tusk on BC Day, 1977. Considering my life-long fear of heights it still seems unbelievable to me now.

Sentinel to the Silt Cliffs

Walking amongst the silt cliffs in Kamloops is a favourite pastime. This is the final painting I will have traded with a dentist. I know because I don’t have any more real teeth – I sure have nice implants though.

To the Light

Rain or hail spouts are a common sight  in the Kamloops region. It can be raining everywhere else but Kamloops seldom sees a rainy day.

Moon Over Strawberry Hill

Moon Over Strawberry Hill, Kamloops. Acrylic on canvas. 24×48″. Available. Moon Over Strawberry Hill was completed as 2012 came to a close. One sunny day in the fall, blank canvas in hand, I hiked to a lookout on land owned by Thompson Rivers University. There I completed a fairly detailed pencil sketch. Although the painting(…)




Gilligan’s Island, North Thompson

Gilligan’s Island was painted in 1995. Exlou is near Barriere and friends of ours used to tell us about camping at that spot when they were kids.                                   Gilligan’s Island, North Thompson River. Acrylic on canvas. 30×40″. Available. Gilligan’s(…)