‘Stormy Sky’ shines at Canada Beef

A large 48″x 24″ limited edition print of Stormy Sky on acrylic was recently installed in the boardroom of Canada Beef in Calgary. This print is available at 3 different sizes in limited quantities of each. Call me for more information … Read More

Almost Monochrome

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I prefer colour. In most situations I’m drawn to the bold and bright. But sometimes, something a little more subdued is called for. Calmer neutrals, I have found, have a place too. With just a hint of colour, I call … Read More

Stormy Sky Triptych

A triptych of the landscape image “Stormy Sky” is one customization of the original panorama image. This picture was taken in Southwest Saskatchewan while storm clouds were rolling in from the east and the sun was setting in the west. … Read More

Art at Calgary Stampede

At the Calgary Stampede – Western Art Showcase “Stormy Sky” is a   38″ x 16″print on metallic paper face mounted to acrylic, shown here from the Western Art Showcase at the Calgary Stampede. The Lightjet process for printing this … Read More

Ethereal, detailed, monochromatic, or realistic? Which are you?

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I went to Big Hill Springs Provincial Park near Cochrane, Alberta recently to take some forest and creek pictures. The creek, in the evening light, was interesting but not stellar. All images take some tweaking to get the digital file … Read More

200 mosquitoes and Banff sunset

The mosquito spray was left in the hotel room. Not smart.  I had planned to come back from our trip up the gondola and change into long sleeve shirt and pants before heading out to do some sunset pictures. But … Read More

natural abstracts

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Ripples on the reed’s reflections gave away to groovy lines in the pond near my home. This print is available on bamboo paper or gallery wrap canvs and other mediums that will accent the strong contrasting colours and natural lines. … Read More

Fall’s here. Oh well.

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We had such a short, wet, chilly summer that I really wasn’t all that excited to see the leaves turn. But I did run out for a day when the I just couldn’t resist the colours. Used the Orton Effect … Read More

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