Today’s piece dates back to university days. The “Sofa” and end table were cut out of plywood and then painted. The pieces were fairly large and I left them at the school after I graduated. Apparently they made their way into some still-life set ups at the school for a few years.
In September of 2013 we hosted CSLC (Canadian Student Leadership Conference) at our school. The mural at the front of the room was made for the back of the main stage during the conference.
Today’s post is the cover of a little book of my work put together in 2008. It can be found on Blurb.
There is a great arts and entertainment paper on P.E.I. called “The Buzz”. Back in 2001 they used one of my paintings on their cover.
Today’s post is a photo from my university days at Mount Allison. In it I’m attempting to capture the beauty of the Tantramar Marshes (as I recall it didn’t go that well).
Today’s post is another of those Cornell inspired pieces from the distant past (when dinosaurs roamed the earth).
This one is from my university days (a long, long, time ago). At the time I was inspired by the works of Joseph Cornell.