November 25, 2018

Really excited to have some of my work featured in the winter issue of The Link, an Arts, Entertainment & Lifestyle magazine covering Northumberland, Peterborough, Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. Click on the image to read the full article on their website:

November 24, 2018

"Indigo Morning". The Indigo Bunting's migratory range, similar to many Canadians, is from Florida to southern Canada. What I didn't know about these beautifully bright blue birds, that I learned recently, is that they are part of the Cardinal family. We've been fortun...

June 11, 2018

Fresh off the easel, "Garden Treasure" is a small acrylic painting (10"x8") of a male Gold Finch with it's bright golden yellow plumage set against a dark green, forested backdrop. If a picture is worth a 1000 words than a video must be worth millions, so I pulled toge...

May 31, 2018

The Algonquin Art Centre is a world-class art gallery that showcases some of Canada’s foremost wilderness and wildlife artists. Located in one of Canada’s most beautiful provincial parks, the AAC is built upon a long tradition of artists in Algonquin Park from Tom Thom...

January 30, 2018

I'm not sure if it was patience or persistence that finally paid off, but after 5 years of trying, I'm delighted to share with you that my painting "Gatekeeper" has been selected this year by Ducks Unlimited Canada for their National Art Portfolio 2018. Quite a thrill...

November 27, 2016

On one of our early morning walks as the fall colours were nearing their peak, we walked by our neighbours fence line to find the sumac in full colour. I think the bright blues of a bluejay sitting on the post will contrast nicely in this picture and offer an interesti...

May 18, 2016

     The inspiration behind this project was a trip that we made to Acadia National Park in the summer of 2015. One of the sights was Champlain Mountain. Standing at more than a thousand feet above the Atlantic ocean, the eastern facing cliff walls of this mountain are...

March 29, 2015

Next up on the easel is a pair of Trumpeter Swans. We've had the pleasure of observing these beautiful swans up close this winter. The largest waterfowl in North America, overhunting had virtually eliminated these magnificent birds from Ontario by 1886. In 1982 a resto...