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12 x 12″
Early November snow makes a November-coloured stained-glass landscape.
Indian paintbrushes on purple
16″ x 20″
Indian paintbrushes are one of my favourite wildflowers. They’re everywhere in northern BC late in the summer. In this painting they dance happily between the dark purple background and the pale green grass.
12″ x 16″
$225 – available at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George.
This winter did seem to drag on and I got tired of snowy winter scenes, so I painted some now green life, a brand new pine seedling. It’s also a powerful symbol for the re-growing pine forest that was killed by the mountain pine beetles a few years ago.
Winter solstice sunset
12″ x 24″
We often have wonderful sunsets here in the winter. There is not very much daylight these days, the sun is only up at 8:30 and down again at 4. But light is coming and the days will slowly get longer. This is the last painting I made in 2013.
24″ x 30″
$800 – available at Groop Gallery in Prince George.
Although fall is my favourite season, it gets pretty drab after the leaves go, but here and there are these small bits of brilliance.
Walking through the bush
12″ x 22″
$400 – available at Groop Gallery in Prince George
This painting is from walking in the snow and seeing all the Labrador tea around the bottom of the swamp spruce trees.
Ditch tapestry 1
12 x 16
There is a wonderful and endless parade of fascinating pattern in the ditch, especially evident in the winter as weeds and shrubs partially emerge from the snow. I’m still working on this series of Tapestry paintings.
Burnt Swamp Spruce
22″ x 28″
I loved the tops of these swamp spruce about six months after a forest fire. They look so good against the bright blue sky. I started with a dark red undercoat and put on the dark trees and then the swirling bands of sky.
Snow on young pines
28” x 44”
This painting is about the almost abstract patterns made by the heavy snowfall on a group of young pines. You would get so full of snow if you tried to walk between these trees. The hard part of this painting was getting the dark areas dark enough. The orange underpainting peeks out here and there, and gives a bit of contrasting glow. And it has a lot of one of my favourite colours, young pine green.
Acrylic on canvas
18″ x 24″
This painting is all about how every year at this time I feel compelled to paint those brilliant yellows. I love the fall, it’s such time of relief after the heat and bustle of the summer. And one of my favourite things in fall is the glorious colour of the poplars and cottonwoods.
I started this painting at a demonstration as part of Culture Days at Two Rivers Gallery.