Landscapes

Working on a landscape without a building seems odd to me. I love the human interaction with nature, especially when its beautiful. When I was a kid in the woods, I’d always search for hidden remains. I remember being very disappointed at 12 years old, realizing that my acreage house north of Edmonton was the first and only known human settlement on that piece of land. When I moved to London, I desperately wanted to dig a hole in the back garden, just to see whether I could find archeological treasures!

Devonian Gardens after a fight
Devonian Gardens after a fight. 9″x20″ acrylic on canvas. 2019. So, I guess this one cheats a bit because a building snuck in. Nature is the star.
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Sturgeon County 3. 10″x10″ acrylic on pine panel. It was a sunny, snowy day on a drive with my daughter.
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Sturgeon County 2. 10″x10″ acrylic on pine panel. This is the road in my old sub-division leading to my childhood home.
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Sturgeon County 2. 10″ x 10″ acrylic on pine panel. The snow was melting and the reflections were sublime.
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