Serendipidy

 

Serendipidy is a 24 inch x 36 inch acrylic palette knife and brush painting. The inspiration for this painting (and also my other recent painting Serenity”) came from a recent weekend up in Whistler with my youngest daughter. I noticed all of the lovely birch trees in gardens around the hotels and stores. One of the days while we were there, it was overcast with a grey sky back shadowing the trees. I was quite taken with the relaxing effect it gave in combination with the soft white of the birch. It felt very serene……and caught my eye while sipping my Earl Grey tea from a local coffee shop.

***This painting is available for sale or rental through Semiahmoo Arts at The Turnbull Gallery (http://www.semiahmooarts.com/art-rental-and-sales/listing/)

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

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“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.