River Tag

12” x 18”, oil on linen (2007)  Caledon, Ontario, Canada The birth of a painting. Sometimes it's from a planned excursion far away involving months of planning. And at times, like this one, it's from throwing my gear in the truck...

24” x 38”, oil on linen (2005) Credit River, Caledon, Ontario, Canada As a Canadian, one of the things I enjoy the most are the changing of our seasons. Being an artist who paints landscapes, these continuous transformations add to the...

30” x 18”, oil on linen (2008) Nottawasaga River, Northeast of Caledon, Ontario, Canada Every once in a while I like to grab a coffee, toss my painting gear into the truck, and head out for an early morning cruise along...

16" × 12.5", oil on linen (2019) Auyuittuq National Park, Baffin Island, Nunavut, CanadaFrom the INTO THE ARCTIC Project A two-hour boat ride brought us deep into Pangnirtung Fiord, where the sound of Billy Arnaquq’s motor faded away.We were told not to...

20" × 48", oil on linen (2010) Firth River, Ivvavik National Park, Yukon, Canada From the INTO THE ARCTIC Project Running through the oldest mountains in North America, the Firth is one of the wildest rivers on the continent. Its flow spills into...

13" × 15", oil on linen (2010) Henrietta Nesmith Glacier, Quttinirpaaq National Park, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada From the INTO THE ARCTIC Project Lake Hazen is a thermal oasis in a polar desert that receives less than 2½ centimetres of rain per year. The...

22" × 47", oil on linen (2009) Off the Dempster Highway, Yukon, Canada From the INTO THE ARCTIC Project My family and I had been driving across Canada for almost a month on our way to the western Arctic. Turning onto the dirt...