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Banff Homecoming

Avens Gallery 36×48, acrylic on GC, Sold To celebrate Canada’s 150th, Bison were reintroduced into Banff Park. Those pastures were vacant for so long, I’d think of the bison every time we drove by Cascade Mountain. With anticipation, I await the

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Animal Magnetism

Avens Gallery 18×24, acrylic on framed canvas, Sold Wandering up a pathway in the woods, the wolf sees us and halts for a moment…

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A Sleepless Night In Winter

Gainsborough Galleries 24×30, oil on GC, $1575 CAD This painting just happened. It was supposed to be very different, but during the process some wonderful things accidentally happened on the canvas, that just could not be overlooked. It is glazed

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Cinnamon Graze

Hampton Gallery 24×36, oil on GC, $1800 CAD Intent on dining, she is unaware that we are watching. This painting flowed easily, except for her expression. Over and over again, the eye was painted and wiped out, she had myriad

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Afternoon Delight

Hampton Gallery 24×30, oil on C UF, $1575 CAD Grizzly bears are able to make many expressive faces. Sometimes it is hard to resist painting the funny ones, and when the expression is in alignment with my own current frame of

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Scent of Winter

Gainsborough Galleries 24×30, oil on FC, $2100 CAD   This bear had a massive head. He was huge and beautiful, which I tried to convey by slathering the work with heaps of paint. He appeared calm and wise. Conveying the

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Looking Back

The Crystal Lodge Gallery 24×24, acrylic on GC $1300 CAD The wolf pauses to look back, perhaps at how far he has come on his journey. It is important to stop and acknowledge our accomplishments, in our own life. Take a breather.

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