From inception to completion, this painting flowed off the edge of my brush the way mercury dances across a surface. I am not sure if it was the fact that it is one of my favourite but not very often represented subjects or if it was the romance of the evening in question which […]
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Husband A filed for divorce on grounds of wife’s infidelity. They had separated over disagreements about the raising of their son and during the separation, the wife had had an affair with a lodger in her mother’s house.
Bacon and Scott were charged with conspiring with each other and with others to traffic cocaine. They were found guilty and Bacon was later sentenced to 12 years
The Russia cement company bought Le Page which was a registered trade mark in the United States and England. A former employee of the original company created
XY Inc had entered into a licencing agreement with IND for their intellectual rights and technology which allowed the splitting of X and Y chromosomes in Cow sperm.
Vancouver painting of the Granville Bridge from the north side of the seawall along False Creek. What a struggle! 5 days of rain just completed but the weather report promised 5 more. 1 glorious day to eat as much as possible and what a bountiful feast. Between the first dusting of snow on the mountains, […]
Painting of tug boats moored next to the Vancouver Ports, view from Crab Park. The struggle: the harmonization of the overall blue tones with the punctuating browns of the pier and the reds of the life saving equipment on the tugs. The secret: Keeping the blues just slightly tinted with red so that there were […]
So much happens within the frame of this painting. I love the location (by the entrance to Granville Island) and I love the subject but to capture the scene is intense. There are thousands of little elements: the ropes, the masts, the sails, the layers upon layers of boats, the water, the city, the bridge. […]