Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sandpiper at Sunset

I think this is my best pastel painting since I first picked up a soft pastel stick.  I am trying to overcome a tendency to over work my paintings, part of the age-old issue of knowing when to stop. and … Continue reading

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The Edmonton Jewish Cemetery (Snow Day)

The Edmonton Jewish Cemetery is almost directly across the street from the building where I work.  I took a picture of it (actually several) from our parking lot the other day when we had our first major snow storm of … Continue reading

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A Circle of Friends

None of my “real-world” friends are artists, mostly because I came very late in life to the world of artists.  Not through junior high, high school, or university did I study any form of art. English was my major and … Continue reading

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Trash Can painting!

The Millwoods Artists Collective hosted a community trash-can painting event on October 20th.  Half a dozen trash cans were set up in the Millwoods Town Centre Mall, and the people came out to paint them. They will be placed around … Continue reading

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Havana Street Scene

Havana, April 2012

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