Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi was the subject of the Google Doodle on Feb, 19, the 135th anniversary of his birth. We saw an exhibition of his work at the Tate Modern in London, England in […]Read More »
I met Elisabeth Sommerville almost 30 years ago when she was a graphic designer. She created my stationary and and my 1987 Faces & Figures exhibition poster and invitation. In 1995, she segued from graphic design to fine art in the realm of lithography.
Elisabeth […]Read More »
These hands belong to one Michael Binkley and he is fast at work here – not carving a beautiful sculpture, but working away in the office prepping photos and everything else for his new website. As part of […]Read More »
One of the visitors to the gallery made a comment during my recent 30th Anniversary Studio Show that I just had to address. She was referring to my collection of figure drawings on the gallery walls and said, “I know of your […]Read More »
Today marks the one year anniversary of the opening of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. This video was aired on NBC, just prior to the American coverage of the Games. It has been dubbed “Tom Brokaw explains Canada to Americans”, and most of us Canadians found this to be quite flattering.
I must admit that during […]Read More »
One of my patrons brought her school age granddaughter to the gallery to choose a sculpture for herself. I was flattered that both found my work worthy of their time, and I always welcome an opportunity […]Read More »
This short, 5-minute video, “I AM ME”, shows how self expression can be perceived by others. Two strangers were asked to draw a self-portrait, then the other assessed the individual based on what they saw in the drawing. The film was made by an emerging filmmaker, Janelle Huopalainen, who is currently attending Capilano University’s Documentary […]Read More »
Industrial designer, Ernest McCrank attended my Studio Show last December and after admiring one of my sculptures, remarked to me that he was fascinated by the subsurface scattering he observed. I had never heard […]Read More »