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Artique Collective Gallery

6820 Alberni Street, Powell River, BC. >>
1 604-485-4837

Acrylic works, large and small, and a variety of
colourful greeting cards.

Points North Gallery

B3 10015 Centennial Drive, Fort McMurray, Alberta >>

A selection of my latest work.

bonanza painting

'Bonanza' - 48" x 36" - Acrylic on canvas

Spring 2019

Wild Images Studio/Gallery

6046 Lund Street, Powell River, BC >>

For now the Gallery will be open by appointment only. Upon opening this spring, Wild Images Studio Gallery will feature sumptuous textured acrylic landscapes, oil paintings, bears, birds and keepsake items. Occasionally you may be able to catch a palette knife or watercolour painting demo and be inspired to sign up for classes.

1 604 413-4059

untamed painting

'Untamed' - 48" x 36" - Acrylic on canvas


Bear Roots Art

"Icon" - Grizzly Bear - 24" x 30" - Mixed media on canvas

After a long, seemingly endless struggle, in 2017 trophy hunting of grizzly bears was finally banned in the province of British Columbia, Canada. In celebration, I am throwing caution to the wind and going back to my all time favourite subject matter – bears. I’ll be exploring the myriad of perceptions and misconceptions surrounding these magnificent creatures and ultimately, their reality. To this day, and historically, bears have been revered, feared, persecuted and idolized; to humanity they have symbolized everything from mother figures in ancient cultures, icons in various religions, to the embodiment of gluttony and sloth. They are looked upon as fearsome predators but also soft cuddly friends for children. To many, bears represent all that is wild. Humans, however have often broken their spirits – making them spectacles in zoos, baiting them with dogs, feeding rings through their sensitive noses and making them dance, or hunting them for sport.

Ultimately bears are simply one of the many magnificent, sentient beings that deserve to thrive on this planet.

I began my fine art journey 20 years ago by painting bears, and with these new works, I’m heading back to my roots.

Follow my progress>>