Spring Time Along False Creek , 24” x 24”, oil on wood
My love for the Earth is the primary catalyst that my intentions are drawn from. Many of my pieces are made with recycled wood, scavenged from tabletops, plywood, discarded set walls, raw lumber and milled wood. The landscapes and cityscapes are reflective of the urban environment and decay that most of the worlds' people live in. We live in interesting times and the art reflects that.
In the long course of a lifetime, I am a relatively recent transplant to the world of canvas art, although I have had a long history of dabbling in design, color and artistic projects since my childhood. This gift of painting has inspired my partner and me to recently open two galleries as a give back to the universe that has blessed us with the gift of being an artist.
Hiking to the Heavens, 24” x 36”,
acrylic on canvas
Also featuring artwork by:
Jack Carl Anderson
Randy Ky Hulse
Ambar de Kok-Mercado
Javier S. Ortega
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