Monthly Archives: October 2009

Inevitable Change

Inevitable Change After last night’s rainfall, a cold chill hangs in the air.  Dark clouds warn of impending weather disturbances. Mother Nature broods over her unsettled disposition, suggesting that she is not yet finished delivering rain and clouds. A thunderous surf echoes in the distance as it moves rapidly to shore.  Peaks and rolling motion […]

Work Featured on CanArtisan’s Blog

CanArtisan and I recently made connections via Twitter. They have a lovely blog that features and promotes Canadian Artists. They were very complementary of my work and asked if they could feature a selection of work on their Thursday’s Gallery Feature. Of course I was delighted and am very grateful for their nice article. Many […]

A State of Solitude at Powell’s Pt. Park

A State of Solitude The air is clear and crisp this morning. We have been blessed with another gorgeous autumn day. Today the park tantalizes one with an array of subject matter.  Decisions must be made before the noon sun fades autumn’s brilliance. Finally, across the ocean a strip of land beckons to be captured […]