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Sea Quest in harbour

Sea Quest in harbour

​I feel that this oil on plywood panel captures the feeling of my maritime environment. It's a realistic ,yet impressionistic approach all in one. It just has a peaceful feeling to it that I'm happy to have captured.

Price: $2500.00​

Atacama Trawller

Atacama Trawller

​Price:     $900 (CAD)

Pottery Creek

Pottery Creek

​This painting has been purchased, but is a good example of one of my on site oil sketches.

Farmer's barn in Sicily

Farmer's barn in Sicily

​Did this from scooter on a drizzly day.

Centre piece 2011.jpg
Dory on Sienna sand.jpg
Greenlaw's barn.jpg
Quoddy Bay Market 2009.jpg
Quoddy Bay fish market

Quoddy Bay fish market

I took a shot of this building from my kayak one day and later rendered this oil sketch.The shanty is no longer standing so I'm happy that I preserved it two dimensionally at least.

It's 10x14

Oil on masonite

$1100.00

Blue dory on a sandy beach

Blue dory on a sandy beach

This study is oil on masonite. It's approximately 36x24

Norfolk county barn in early spring

Norfolk county barn in early spring

​Done on wooden panel some time ago. Better with age,...right?

Bird's nest on blue background

Bird's nest on blue background

​I find that the organics inherent in the weaving of these nests affords me an outlet to best display an interpretation that is not only a representation but an impression of what I'm viewing from an abstract approach.

This was on display at The Gables in St. Andrews and purchased by Liz and John Irving.​

Promotion poster for our show in Mexico

Promotion poster for our show in Mexico

This is the poster that was used last winter when we were invited to show at The Turbina Gallery in Tepoztlan. They did a commendable design job. I particularly like the blue trawler image! We'll be showing a few pieces at the annual literary festival down there this year as well.The paintings (some newer) are currently in a group show travelling about that country. Last I heard they were at the Mexican embassy.

Dufour's mill in winter

Dufour's mill in winter

This subject has always intrigued me. It has a ghostly, calm quality in winter that is both peaceful and therapeutic. I'm sure John, the owner finds it anything  but calm and peaceful but I'm not pumping out hundreds of bundles of cedar shakes each day either.John is now retired,..too bad, I loved this spot!

Dufour's mill in winter

Price is $2400.00

Oil on stretched canvas.

Still life with sky

Still life with sky

While in Tepoztlan last visit I painted several still lfes partly as a commission for Janet Clarke. I knew she wanted a painting dealing with food as she is a foodie  efficionato  extraordinaire. I eventually incorporated one of her amazing table settings along with the view of the Sierra Madres in behind her lovely home.You'll probably notice the ubiquitous Mexican ceramic tiles in behind. the veggies and fruit.

Price: $2400.00

Oil on stretched canvas

Ghostly Lighthouse

Ghostly Lighthouse

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Studio interior

Studio interior

Hi folks. This a shot of my not so tidy studio but I love it. Sits right by the ocean on Passamaquoddy Bay here in New Brunswick.

The Maria Carmel

The Maria Carmel

Day trip in Spain resulted in my painting this little trawler at a seaside town. This village was closed for the winter but so were all of the tourist areas. Just like Saint Andrews!

Skiff in Saint Andrews harbour

Skiff in Saint Andrews harbour

This oil sketch was created from one of my digital shots down by the wharf here in town. It's about two feet by three and is oil on prepared masonite. It sold this past summer to a couple from Fredericton,..I believe.

Sale price was $3000.00

Saint John Arts Center mailer

Saint John Arts Center mailer

I was quite pleased with the promotional piece that the center came up with for my show thia past summer, so I thought I'd include it here. By the way,  the Two Doriesold.

Bermuda blockhouse in St. Georges

Bermuda blockhouse in St. Georges

The first painting I did was beside the national trust building where we stayed during my Artist in Residencency in Bermuda. The owner Faith,(her name escapes me as I write this text), bought it and one other of an old Inn that she purchased while I was there. No image of that one. I'm really organized!

Bermuda Sunset.jpg
Floras

Floras

I guess we could call these wall flowers. The real name escapes me. Trumpet flowers, perhaps? Painted in Mexico and now on display at The Cobalt Gallery in Saint John,N.B.

Central Floral

Central Floral

I find sunflowers no end of inspiration. There's movement and colour variation throughout their life that I particularly find to be a pleasant challenge.

Twenty two Peel Street

Twenty two Peel Street

This two tone house on Peel street at the foot of Dufferin in Toronto is now no more as the expansion of the Queen Street overpass gobbled it up. I shared a studio diagonally from this forlorn structure that had fascinated me for years. It seemed to have "architectural arthritis" as each year it slowly leaned a few degrees lower. I can certainly relate to this inescapable malady. Just had to get the image onto my canvas. 

9x12"

Oil on masonite- $900.00

 

Lone dory 2016

Lone dory 2016

Did a couple of these small 6x6 oils and sent one to Bermuda for a charity auction.

A few mo fish

A few mo fish

Another Bermuda studio product. living out in the ocean, seemed like the natural thing to do, was to paint fishies!

Sea Quest in harbour

​I feel that this oil on plywood panel captures the feeling of my maritime environment. It's a realistic ,yet impressionistic approach all in one. It just has a peaceful feeling to it that I'm happy to have captured.

Price: $2500.00​

Atacama Trawller

​Price:     $900 (CAD)

Pottery Creek

​This painting has been purchased, but is a good example of one of my on site oil sketches.

Farmer's barn in Sicily

​Did this from scooter on a drizzly day.

Quoddy Bay fish market

I took a shot of this building from my kayak one day and later rendered this oil sketch.The shanty is no longer standing so I'm happy that I preserved it two dimensionally at least.

It's 10x14

Oil on masonite

$1100.00

Blue dory on a sandy beach

This study is oil on masonite. It's approximately 36x24

Norfolk county barn in early spring

​Done on wooden panel some time ago. Better with age,...right?

Bird's nest on blue background

​I find that the organics inherent in the weaving of these nests affords me an outlet to best display an interpretation that is not only a representation but an impression of what I'm viewing from an abstract approach.

This was on display at The Gables in St. Andrews and purchased by Liz and John Irving.​

Promotion poster for our show in Mexico

This is the poster that was used last winter when we were invited to show at The Turbina Gallery in Tepoztlan. They did a commendable design job. I particularly like the blue trawler image! We'll be showing a few pieces at the annual literary festival down there this year as well.The paintings (some newer) are currently in a group show travelling about that country. Last I heard they were at the Mexican embassy.

Dufour's mill in winter

This subject has always intrigued me. It has a ghostly, calm quality in winter that is both peaceful and therapeutic. I'm sure John, the owner finds it anything  but calm and peaceful but I'm not pumping out hundreds of bundles of cedar shakes each day either.John is now retired,..too bad, I loved this spot!

Dufour's mill in winter

Price is $2400.00

Oil on stretched canvas.

Still life with sky

While in Tepoztlan last visit I painted several still lfes partly as a commission for Janet Clarke. I knew she wanted a painting dealing with food as she is a foodie  efficionato  extraordinaire. I eventually incorporated one of her amazing table settings along with the view of the Sierra Madres in behind her lovely home.You'll probably notice the ubiquitous Mexican ceramic tiles in behind. the veggies and fruit.

Price: $2400.00

Oil on stretched canvas

Ghostly Lighthouse

Studio interior

Hi folks. This a shot of my not so tidy studio but I love it. Sits right by the ocean on Passamaquoddy Bay here in New Brunswick.

The Maria Carmel

Day trip in Spain resulted in my painting this little trawler at a seaside town. This village was closed for the winter but so were all of the tourist areas. Just like Saint Andrews!

Skiff in Saint Andrews harbour

This oil sketch was created from one of my digital shots down by the wharf here in town. It's about two feet by three and is oil on prepared masonite. It sold this past summer to a couple from Fredericton,..I believe.

Sale price was $3000.00

Saint John Arts Center mailer

I was quite pleased with the promotional piece that the center came up with for my show thia past summer, so I thought I'd include it here. By the way,  the Two Doriesold.

Bermuda blockhouse in St. Georges

The first painting I did was beside the national trust building where we stayed during my Artist in Residencency in Bermuda. The owner Faith,(her name escapes me as I write this text), bought it and one other of an old Inn that she purchased while I was there. No image of that one. I'm really organized!

Floras

I guess we could call these wall flowers. The real name escapes me. Trumpet flowers, perhaps? Painted in Mexico and now on display at The Cobalt Gallery in Saint John,N.B.

Central Floral

I find sunflowers no end of inspiration. There's movement and colour variation throughout their life that I particularly find to be a pleasant challenge.

Twenty two Peel Street

This two tone house on Peel street at the foot of Dufferin in Toronto is now no more as the expansion of the Queen Street overpass gobbled it up. I shared a studio diagonally from this forlorn structure that had fascinated me for years. It seemed to have "architectural arthritis" as each year it slowly leaned a few degrees lower. I can certainly relate to this inescapable malady. Just had to get the image onto my canvas. 

9x12"

Oil on masonite- $900.00

 

Lone dory 2016

Did a couple of these small 6x6 oils and sent one to Bermuda for a charity auction.

A few mo fish

Another Bermuda studio product. living out in the ocean, seemed like the natural thing to do, was to paint fishies!

Mackerals.jpg
Small dark dory.jpg
Sea Quest in harbour
Atacama Trawller
Pottery Creek
Farmer's barn in Sicily
Centre piece 2011.jpg
Dory on Sienna sand.jpg
Greenlaw's barn.jpg
Quoddy Bay Market 2009.jpg
Quoddy Bay fish market
Blue dory on a sandy beach
Norfolk county barn in early spring
Bird's nest on blue background
Promotion poster for our show in Mexico
Dufour's mill in winter
Still life with sky
Ghostly Lighthouse
Matte 2.JPG
Studio interior
The Maria Carmel
Skiff in Saint Andrews harbour
Saint John Arts Center mailer
Bermuda blockhouse in St. Georges
Bermuda Sunset.jpg
Floras
Central Floral
Twenty two Peel Street
Lone dory 2016
A few mo fish