Hey Everyone! I have some exciting news to share with you. After a great deal of research, surveys and hard work, I have finally opened my Etsy shop! The marketplace there is full of so many fantastic artisans, makers, and artists and I hope to be able to reach my current and a new audience … Continue reading Etsy, Here I Come!
I have often spoken about the importance of keeping a sketchbook and the more that I spend time on mine, the more I feel stronger about this. There's a freedom that a sketchbook allows you that the sometimes pristine blank sheet of paper or canvas doesn't. Sketchbooks, by nature, aren't meant to be on display. It's … Continue reading April Art Challenge
Hey Everyone! My latest piece "Aqueous" will be on display and for sale at the second annual People's Portrait Prize Show at cSPACE King Edward here in Calgary, Alberta. Last year's show yielded some of the most incredible talents this city has to offer, and this year will undoubtedly be no different. This piece is a … Continue reading See “Aqueous” at the People’s Portrait Prize Show
Hey Everyone, I have some exciting news to share with you...I'm now on Patreon and YouTube! In this ever-changing technological world, people are consuming information in many different ways. I want to offer people options on how they can experience the advice, reviews, and tutorials that I have to share. I strongly believe that the addition … Continue reading Support Me on Patreon and YouTube
Hey Everyone, It's that time of year again, and soon the annual Calgary Stampede will be rolling into town. The event has an over 100-year history in the city and has become a staple of celebration in agricultural, First Nations and Western history and values. The highlight for me has always been the Creative Arts … Continue reading Calgary Stampede 2017
We are more alike in this world than we are unalike. We are resilient and yet fragile. We all feel joy, and we all feel pain. When a loved one is diagnosed with a disease, whether terminal or treatable, it stops us in our tracks and abruptly puts things in a perspective we had hoped we … Continue reading Edmonton Brain Tumor Walk