Comments are now closed… I’ll be announcing the winner tomorrow! Well, thank you so much for reading this blog and commenting, listening, tweeting, facebooking and for buying my art. I’m honoured to have you in my life. Simply leave a comment on this post about what you are thankful for this year and you’ll be […]
As much as I enjoy creating pastel hued floral and beach themed art there is another side to me that loves to delve into the darker more illuminating side of reality. Above is the Indigo Urchin, Starfish no.3, Ocean coral Fingers no.2 and the Illuminated Barnacle. They appear as they would in the dead of […]
If you live in Canada or have access to Canadian magazines go and pick up the December issue of Style at Home magazine and flip to page 59. My art is featured within the Shopping Etc section under the Sites We Love Column. Best of All, Style at Home tried Etsy’s shop local feature and […]
Mispec beach is located moments outside the city line on the Bay of Fundy. It is a frightfully cold salt water haven where pale ghostly Saint Johner’s go to swim, lay on the sand and sweat. As the end of summer approaches I thought I’d never make it to the beach as the fog and […]
This is the Sassy Sea Urchin‘s Brother, whom is much the wiser and older than she. Mr. Wise began as an archival ink drawing, rendered with micron 005 nib pen; the smallest nib one can buy. I scanned him in at an obscenely high resolution and began colouring in Adobe Photoshop. Colouring sounds so child-like […]
I drew this drawing using a Micron 005 nib pen and later digitally colored it in Adobe Photoshop. The Sassy Sea Urchin is listed in the shop. You can see the Sassy’s brother and the original ink drawings here. Beachy Beachy Beach!
This weekend marks the last weekend I will be living in Vancouver BC. It is also the last two of six days of the Moving BACK-EAST Sale to find great things for sale in my apartment & on the deck. Time – Noon to 4:00 When – Saturday & Sunday Date – May 26th & […]
Drawn while at Wreck Beach with a Pigma Micron pen â€“ 005 nib. Actual size of each spread page is 7.5″. Photographed by Darren Lee.