The sounds of the loon can be heard echoing across a lake at dusk. Their mysterious, melodic call summons the setting of the sun.
This is a three stage illustration of a caterpillar turning into a butterfly, reflecting a personal life transition.
This painting depicts both the ferociousness of nature and the gentle, continual flow of the life on earth. Characterized by the ying-yang quality of the moon, this painting portrays the inherent balance of life on our planet.
This illustrates a realization of the true self beyond public appearances and pretense and is an awareness and recognition of the authentic soul.
This painting reflects an inner confrontation. It is a representation of the inner self that is caught in a battle between good and evil. Faces vanish into the background containing the memories of people in our lives who we have wronged.
The beaver has been a key figure in the founding and establishment of Canada. Their fur and damming systems have shaped the economical and geographical features of modern Canadian life.
This Heron embraces a small-mouth bass in its belly. It portrays the natural relationship that these animals have with each other.
This killer whale has a human face for a blowhole meant to represent a symbolic relationship between the animal and humankind.
A male and female narwhal are mating in the waves. The yellow lines that run through the bodies of these narwhals signifies their ‘lifeline’ or ‘spirit’.
The painting portrays the explorer within all of us being aided by people and events we surround ourselves with.
This is a vision of spirits accelerating into the spirit world. A single standing tree on top of a logged mountain in the background is there as a reminder of an adventure on Vancouver Island and a concern for mountains with tops logged bare of trees.
This depicts an old bear, that lives in a small Northern Ontario town, which the local people have named "Cinnamon Bear". I imagine him continuing his life up in the spirit world after he's gone from this earth.