Rocks and trees dominate this incredible landscape, harsh yet so much warmth and beauty infused into the landscape.
A small oil capturing the change from fall to winter on the shores of Lake Superior, cold yet beautiful and it’s found a new home on the north shore.
Another copper sand beach in the wilderness of Pukaskwa. What caught my eye was the way the rocky outcrop resurfaced as it fell into the water, the rhythm of the shoreline seemed to echo the rhythm of the water.
Remote and wild… my artist in residence stays in Pukaskwa still inspire my work. I’ve been thinking of doing a series of small oils of the area and this is the first. Much of my time was spent kayaking the area so there will be lots of rocks and water. Oil 9″x12″
Commissions are not always easy since you’re constrained in both the subject matter and sometimes the medium and style. This one was different, a property with interesting rock features and evening shadows that begged to be painted. It’s oil on canvas 18″x24″ and has a happy owner on the north shore of Lake Superior.