My toes bedded in the thousands of Spring flowers, my mind filled with the majestic seascape before me, and my head in the clouds gave me the inspiration to move my brush to capture that moment
Storms come and go throughout our lives. Experiencing them help me understand the life cycles of the earth and how we are are so interconnected thus part of those cycles. I love being embraced by the mist produced by a pounding surf after a storm has passed. Soon the calm sets in and once again I pause in a very tranquil state of mind. This 24×36 acrylic painting of where land and sea meet (Ucluelet,West Coast of Vancouver Island) reflects this notion. Have an inspired week everyone.
Living on an island means taking a ferry to get to the mainland. This view is one that frequently pops into view as the ferry leaves the terminal. Islands upon islands, ocean passes and distant shores. This image fills my dreams and came easily to me as my brush moved across the canvas
On occasion I climb a local hill in Victoria, BC called Mount Tolmie. From the peak the view is 360 degrees of spectacular scenery. One view that I never get enough of is that of Mount Baker or as the First Nations people called it, the White Sentinel. It is an active volcano and dominates […]