Anahita

“Anahita” is a 40 inch by 60 inch acrylic palette knife painting. It reminds me of many different beautiful waterfalls I’ve seen with my family while hiking. It is available at the Vancouver Art Council’s Gallery in North Vancouver.

Beaumont

Beaumont is a 36 inch by 36 inch acrylic painting that reflects the icy fresh cold feeling of the winter air along with majestic views while snowshoeing, ice skating, skiing or snowmobiling in the beautiful mountains of British Columbia.

Beaumont is available for rent or sale at Semiahmoo Arts 

Mountain Born

“Mountain Born” is a 36 inch by 36 inch acrylic painting. This painting was inspired by a recent drive along the Sea to Sky Hwy up to Whistler. I added a bear claw into the mountain in the foreground to represent the wildlife and the foothills are in the shape of seals. It is an engagement gift to my daughter and her Fiance as they were both “Mountain Born”.

Soulmates

Soulmates-watermarked

This painting has been sold.

“Soulmates” is a 36 inch by 48 inch acrylic palette knife painting highlighting the molecular composition and swirling energy of a birch forest.

Often birch trees grow together becoming like soulmates and this is demonstrated by the two birch  connected in the foreground of this work.

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Mother Nature At Lighthouse Park

March 1, 2016 · Filed Under Art Inspired By British Columbia Landscape · Comment 

Mother Nature At Lighthouse Park, BC, Canada

This painting has been sold.

“Mother Nature At Lighthouse Park” is a 36 inch by 48 inch acrylic palette knife painting demonstrating the dynamic energy of Lighthouse Park, British Columbia. With it’s old growth Douglas Firs and awe inspiring coastal views, a hike through this park is a memorable experience.

What I love most there is that “Mother Nature” is preserved, protected and flourishing…………

 

The Wild Of Bamfield

March 1, 2016 · Filed Under Art Inspired By British Columbia Landscape · Comment 

The Wild Of Bamfiled, BC

This painting has been sold.

“The Wild Of Bamfield” is a 30 inch x 40 inch acrylic palette knife painting reflecting the wild nature of Bamfield, British Columbia. Last year, I was lucky to spend four days at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (http://www.bamfieldmsc.com/) with my daughter on a school fieldtrip. We learned an incredible amount about our environment and marine life from the biologists there. I loved the untamed feel of this coastal area.

 

Emergence

March 1, 2016 · Filed Under Birch Tree Art, Spirituality · Comment 

Emergence (watermarked sold)

This painting has been sold.

“Emergence” is a 36 inch x 60 inch acrylic Palette Knife painting that highlights the feel of emerging out of one situation or stage of life into another, stronger, renewed and refreshed.

The staircase reflects the journey and the yellow light is the “Emergence”.

 

The Party

March 1, 2016 · Filed Under Birch Tree Art · Comment 

The Party

This painting has been sold.

“The Party” is a 36 inch x 48 inch acrylic palette knife painting depicting a story about soulmates who meet at a party thrown by a good friend. The friend (middle birch tree) is looking very pleased with himself as he knew they would be a good match for each other. Other couples can be seen chatting in the background.

 

Epiphany

February 18, 2016 · Filed Under Birch Tree Art · Comment 

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This painting is sold

“Epiphany” is a 36 inch by 60 inch palette knife painting that symbolizes how in certain moments of our life, everything seems so clear to us, like when we meet our soulmate 🙂 The stairs symbolize the journey and self growth that occurs along the way……

 

 

The Mingle

February 18, 2016 · Filed Under Birch Tree Art · Comment 

The-Mingle (watermarked)

“The Mingle” is a 18 inch by 72 inch palette knife acrylic painting. It reflects the masculine and feminine aspects of nature and the the interesting people we meet while out mingling at a party or social function.

This painting has been sold through Semiahmoo Arts at The Turnbull Gallery (http://www.semiahmooarts.com/)

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