Workshop April 18, 2019, at Alberta Branded

I will be leading two one-hour workshops where we will be doing a version of my “Winter Woods” painting depicted below. I’m looking forward to this new experience! I did a couple of practice runs with some friends to make sure this painting could be completed in an hour…it’s going to be tight! Wish me luck :D

New Work at Art on 9th in Calgary!!

I had a last minute opportunity to show again in Calgary. I was very pleased with sales last time, so fingers crossed again!


New Representation

I am very pleased to announce my work will be carried in the Alberta Branded store in the Federal Building downtown Edmonton. Find a link below. It s well worth a trip to this gorgeous gallery. I am very excited to show my paintings alongside so many other fine local and Canadian artists!

Alberta Branded


Show at the Paint Spot's Naess Gallery

A few pics of our artwork at the Naess Gallery.  Thank you to the Paint Spot staff or hosting our show "From Earth to Sky".

I Certainly Surprised Myself...

A few weeks ago I was at the artist reception for our group show at the Naess Gallery.  It was a sunny, pleasant spring Saturday afternoon, and I enjoyed hanging out with my fellow artists Sabine Hahnel and Brie Craner and getting to know them a little better.

While there, a lady indicated she was interested in one of my paintings and asked me to tell her about it.

Well, since you asked....

The painting is called "Swamp Music," and I started to explain the process of encaustic, and how that particular painting evolved, and as we talked I found that I had more and more to say about it.  This particular painting had really been a big part of my life over the past year, and I hadn't quite realized it myself until I started talking about it.  I had learned quite a bit while painting "Swamp Music," and it had also won first place at the Allied Arts' Open Art Competition in the Master's Category, so I was particularly proud of this piece of work. 

My enthusiasm and love for this painting apparently shone through, and this lovely lady ended up purchasing it.  I even posed for a photo next to it (which I hope turned out as I do not photograph overly well lol).

I was a little sad to see it go, but I hope that my stories went with it.  I feel that may be the case, and I am thankful to have had the opportunity to share my art with her on a personal level. 




April has been a very busy painting month,  as I have two shows going on at the same time in May.  Please see details below.

Please feel free to contact me for reception dates.