A piece produced after arriving back home to Vancouver from a four month ordeal of dealing with my Mothers death, probate and clearance of her flat ready for placing it on the market for sale.
A piece produced after the death of my Mother in January 2019.
Another floral interpretation, image originally from a park in Vancouver turned into this Procreated pictorial.
Still recovering from spending 4-months in England. Dealing with my Mothers death and probate. Reflections on time we have left.
Procreate introduced the ability to rudimentarily place text in a piece. This is my second experiment. There is a video to show the process of how this was built on Vimeo.
After a wander through my home of Vancouver. "Time Marches On" speaks to the ever changing landscape of the city.
The constant battle during the ever increasingly hot and long summers in BC.
A shot from my flowering garden in May helped create this 11 layered piece of work.
A 14 layered piece comprised from a shot of driftwood and a wonderful Japanese Willow in our back garden planted in 2018.
The Magnolia is producing the most wonderful flowers, one-at-a-time to last until the end of June.
Another wonder from the blooms of June in my garden.
June 2019 has produced so many wonders in my garden.
Inspired by the incredible blooms in Early June in my garden.
A wonderful pot of grass in the garden turned into this abstract piece.
My gardens Magnolia has blossomed continually through June and they leave behind these beautiful stems.
A busy year since returning from the UK in March and settling my Mothers death estate. I’ve produced 147 pieces of art using the Procreate app, had a successful solo exhibit of 34 pieces called “Reflections” in Coquitlam during December and contributed to the fundraising event for the “Boys and Girls Club” by donating a piece of work to their gala auction event. Also participated in the Harmony Arts Festival in West Vancouver during the Summer. View the book here.
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