Today’s post is the finished version of NB Legislature. This stately building rests in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Since I started this blog I’ve attempted to post something every day. It was an opportunity to not only present new work, but to shake the dust off of older work and let it see the light of day. As we begin 2020 I am going to put the older work back on the shelf for the time being, and just present newer projects. Today’s post is the newly finished version of “Preserved Peace Tower”.
Today’s post is a new watercolour. In it I try to preserve a bit of Canadian architecture.
Today’s post is another etching that I did of some rural churches along the Saint John River.
Today’s post is another etching from a series of rural churches along the Saint John River.
Always loved a good arched doorway.
Today’s post is an image from “a walk in the park”. The dark industrial portal is on call, as it waits to fulfill its dual role of “Shipping and Receiving”.
In the “Nightscape”, you walk into the evening quiet enhanced by the electric flame.
Today’s image is from a few years ago and is of the lighthouse that marks Canada’s eastern border.
Today’s post is an image of the “South Door” of Christ Church Cathedral in Fredericton, New Brunswick.