This is an Edward Gorey inspired miniature illustration completed in archival ink on a standard legal size envelope. The original is not available, but I am making this one free to celebrate several major milestones achieved in 2017.
Please email me if you would like a printable copy.
My painting “Christopher Sometimes” is on exhibit with several artists including Robert Bateman at Science World.
That’s one big thing off my wish list!
I attended the Amphibian Art reception and was completely stunned to discover Mr. Bateman had 3 paintings in the show. He is one of Canada’s best known wildlife painters and he often uses his artwork for preservation issues. I only had my cell phone with me so the photo on the left does not show the delicate beauty of Bateman’s work.
I also met North Carolina artist, Terry Thirion who had initiated the Disappearing Frogs Project in 2013. She is one of the the most engaging artists I have ever had the privilege of chatting with. You can watch her on video talking about the Disappearing Frogs Project.
The Amphibian show is beautiful, intelligent and very carefully curated. It’s the first of its kind in Vancouver, so check it out if you’re in town.
Sep 29 – Dec 15, 2017. PRECIOUS FROGS: ART EXHIBITION. TELUS World of Science. Vancouver, BC.
I am very excited to announce that I have finally moved to a larger space and I have begun creating a brand new collection.
If you have followed my career, you know that a great deal of my artwork is commissioned and sold to private collectors. At times, I was unable to meet the demands of commissioned deadlines while simultaneously creating enough smaller paintings for an affordable price point. Oddly enough, having a website that I had no time to update continued to bring interesting opportunities, collaborations and requests for other products.
So now I am in a much larger studio space and I have assembled a small team to manage shipping and packaging orders.
We are still in the process of adding more information on each painting that you see on the site now. We’re hoping to better organize and categorize these paintings within the next few weeks or so.
In the meantime, please contact me if you have any questions.