This scene is from the view point along Beach Drive in Victoria and is just after the sun had set.
I am not one to dwell on the past or do much reminiscing but perhaps my journey to become a professional artist might inspire or interest someone seeking to make a living from their art. [Warning: be prepared for a rocky income, rejection and always have alternative skills and job experiences.] At the very least, […]
Haida Gwaii, the Queen Charlotte Islands has a mild, wet climate year round.
The coastal mountains often have heavy, wet snowfalls that coat the branches of the trees with thick snow.
Another great question I’m often asked is: “Why did you stop painting wildife – you were so successful with it?” First, I am never motivated by money. It has never been a driving force in my life. I painted wildlife for more than 20 years and loved it. Our move to the Kootenay region of […]
Without doubt, the question I get asked most is: “how long did that painting take?” or “how many hours a day do you paint?” Every painting is different. On average 7-10 days is needed to complete a piece, but I never have just one on the go. I usually have at least three in various […]
The breaking wave is crashing onto Botanical Beach on the west coast of Vancouver Island.