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Posted in Landscapes, Paintings on May 1, 2013

Elora, end of the run.

A familiar sight to anyone who has floated down the Elora Gorge on an inner tube. At the end of the run the valley opens up and the water shallows to mere inches. The approach to the texture of this piece is an experiment with modelling each individual rock in polymer clay, finis ... Continue Reading

Posted in Interrupted Horizons, Landscapes, Paintings on October 31, 2012

Guelph Lake—this road we’re on.

Like many of the conservation areas in southwestern Ontario, Guelph Lake is a man-made body of water behind an earthern dam. It is a sad irony that the experience of nature as a recreational destination is mediated through the industrial history of the region. Depicted here at ni ... Continue Reading

Posted in Landscapes, Paintings on April 25, 2012

Field full of sunlight

Fair weather clouds drift in the brightness over the cracked surface of the field. “Field full of sunlight” Acrylic on panel 36×36 in 2012 This painting is in an undisclosed private collection. Continue Reading

Posted in Landscapes, Paintings on February 9, 2012

Early Spring field

The cold air is so clear that even at sunrise there is almost no red in the light. The snow is gone but the field still waits for the warmth before it will grow. “Early Spring field” Acrylic on panel 24×24 in 2012 This painting is no longer available.  Continue Reading

Posted in Landscapes, Paintings on February 9, 2012

Early Spring, Lake Huron

In the early spring the ice lingers on the horizon as the ice closer to shore melts. Above, the sun radiates warmth despite the coldness of the air. “Early Spring, Lake Huron” Acrylic on panel 24×24 in 2012 This painting is no longer available. Continue Reading

Posted in Northern Cosmology, Paintings on January 13, 2012

On Earth, as it is…

Reflecting the direct physical connection between our world and the sky in which it spins, the pattern on Earth is the same as it is in the heavens. “On Earth, as it is…” Acrylic on panel 24×48 in 2012 This painting is in the private collection of Joy Smith ... Continue Reading

Posted in Minis, Paintings on December 6, 2011

Huron shore

At many places along the Lake Huron shoreline, such as Inverhuron, the bedrock lies exposed on the edge of the water, below the green, soupy water that extends out to the cliff-like drop at the edge of the deep blue. “Huron shore” Acrylic on panel 12 in x 12 in 2011 T ... Continue Reading

Posted in Minis, Paintings on December 6, 2011

Winter field

In early spring, the snow begins to clear from the field revealing the soil below. “Winter field” Acrylic on panel 12 in x 12 in 2011 This painting is in the private collection of Mark Anderson Continue Reading

Posted in Landscapes, Paintings on August 12, 2011

Field, full of promise

Up early in the country, on a bright spring morning, watching the sunrise over the field ready for planting. 24x24in acrylic on panel 2011 Private collection of Carol Moogk-Soulis. Continue Reading