These are some prints I pulled in June 2020. Four prints are on display at a Vancouver café until October 29th, 2020. 9 other artists are also showing.
isn’t that great…a blank canvas…exactly as requested
N.B. I already know what my gift will be for 2020 Xmas. A little 🐦 told me…
collage, untitled ©2018
a dreamy landscape in watercolour, painted in 2018.
The piece is on presswood, about 1/2 inch thick and quite small:
4-3/4″ X 2- 3/8″ or 12 X 6 cm.
It has a very dry look, as it has been painted over absorbant ground, a base for watercolour.
Price: $80 + shipping. Prints: $10
Made an abstract piece on matte board with modeling paste, blue acrylic paint and gold dust. Hope to made a red companion piece.
Got the call to work on something for the Oppenheimer Park show at Gallery Gachet later this summer. I think I’ll do a painting of the park complete with tents and ruthless park rangers hounding people to get lost. Some sketches have been done, and I have restretched a recycled canvas…
Live band shows are fun!! especially in the late 80s Vancouver music scene. It was a riot capturing gestural elements and crazy verbiages of the post-punk era. Out yelled the singer: “Frank! Frank! Frank! Frank!” WTF? WTH?
This is a pastel piece on acid-free paper
graphite drawing, almost sold
done during a life drawing session at Carnegie Center, Vancouver, British Columbia. Graphite
A piece made with Chinese ink.
on recycled card
4-9/16″ x 5-3/8″ or 11.7 cm 13.7 cm