What You Need to Know About Giclees

For the past several years my paintings have been reproduced into giclee prints  (pronounced “gee-clay”) by Rob Lundquist who lives in Merville.  The first painting I asked him to scan was the 4’ x 5’ Every City Needs One with it’s giant red heart over the city in 2012.  Rob did not balk at the challenges of scanning such a large painting and he has been producing my giclees ever since.

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Windows Into the Past - Visiting the National Gallery

This December I had my dream experience of spending two days, mostly alone, at our National Gallery in Ottawa.  I have been asked several times what my favourite piece was but I don’t really have an answer.  Actually I think what I enjoyed most was the process of looking.

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Monarch Mountain

This painting called “Monarch Mountain” is inspired by a hike with a friend in Atlin, B.C. (near Whitehorse) last summer.  Due to this being a south facing slope in a northern latitude in June, I witnessed the most wildflowers I had ever seen in one spot.  We were surrounded by colour!

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New Painting: Commute

Spending time at our local ski hill, Mount Washington, is a welcome escape from winter grayness, (less expensive than a plane ticket) and also a great way to spend time outdoors.

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