Above- a birchbark canoe from Madawaki - on show one
year in our townhall.
Click on either canoe painting to see a larger
version and read a little.
To the right - an acrylic painting of an old
canoe on the banks of the Mississippi River,
entitled " Sweet White
I used to live next to this part of the river, and this is
actually what it looked like, nine years ago, in 1995.
In far right
distance, the Carleton Place Canoe Clubs' roof may
be seen, where it is beautifully situated
on a sandy public beach in
Riverside Park, Carleton
Carleton Place Canoe Club
and races all summer.There is a
street celebration called 'Mississippi Riverboat Daze.' The whole
town loves the river. My art reflects this.
To the left, I salvaged part of an image of one of my
favourite paintings, from a slide which got faded, somehow (where the top is yellowed). My rose painting, from a "Punk
Valentine" series, was made to signify love deep in ones heart,
soul, and blood. I traded this large canvas to MacPherson Galleries, in Almonte,ON.