The schedule for the s:Canmore Weekday Classes: Dates: Fall Session, 2019: October 16-17 to November 27-28 Winter Session, 2020: January 8-9 to February 19-20 Spring Session, 2020: April 8-9 to May 20-21 All classes meet at: St. Michael’s Anglican Church … Continue reading
Although it is Summer, the Brochure for Fall 2018 Classes has been posted on this website. There are 7 week sessions, Wednesday or Thursday Afternoon for Beginner/Intermediates, or Thursday Morning for the Advanced Class. I hope you are out finding … Continue reading
Two Books were published by Rocky Mountain Books in June, 2017! The Joy of Mountains is new and is on- location sketches of trips along the Rocky Mountains from New Mexico to Alaska. There are pages about painting supplies, how … Continue reading
These two paintings will be at the JOY Show at Canada House Gallery Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015. I will be in attendance, along with 20 artists from 1-3 pm.
A recent painting trip to Consolation Lake, starting at Moraine Lake, always yields new material for paintings and a profound appreciation for living close to this sublime landscape!
The Fall Watercolour Classes in Canmore begin October 14-15 and go to November 18-19, 2015. The Beginner/Intermediate Classes are Wednesday and Thursday Afternoon from 1:30-3:30 and the Advanced Class is Thursday Morning, 9:30-Noon. The fee is $110.00, to Preregister mail … Continue reading
My friend, and well known musician-songwriter, Cori Brewster recently asked me what I would tell people who wanted to start art later in life. She was scheduled to present a workshop to Seniors in Calgary and thought I had probably … Continue reading
Sometimes landscape artists can visit the same place many times and not see the obvious. I have visited, and hiked, at Lake O’Hara every year since 1991 and have been on this trail often, but, only on July 10th did … Continue reading
I went home to Cherokee, North Carolina for Thanksgiving with relatives this past November. While there, I happened on a beautiful mountain stream, the Oconoluftee, on the way to my cousins home. As a mountain landscape artist, I especially love … Continue reading