Wood Violets and Fiddleheads
24″ x 48″
Acrylic impasto on birch panel, gallery depth
The first greens of Spring peeping through the old leaves of last season. Wood Violets and fiddleheads are the early tastes and colours of the new season, bringing fresh life to an old forgotten home.
Bluebells at Fritz Farm
30” x 30” gallery depth – VENDU/SOLD
Acrylic impasto on birch panel
Spring at Fritz Farm, Baie d’Urfie is a beautiful time. Before the trees have blossomed with new leaves, their smooth bark stands silver in the morning sun. That is when a carpet of Bluebells erupts in full splendour across the forest floor, surrounding the walking path with a riot of colour.
Of Wheatgrass and Daylilies
24" x 48" acrylic on birch panel
From the Lost & Abandoned series.
Hidden around cottage country in the Laurentian’s are little abandoned homes left to the forces of Nature. A hiker may find at the end of a grown over path a little home, long reclaimed by the elements. This little home tucked away on the hillside near Round Lake only had a few walls standing, having lost its roof to a cave in under heavy snow years before. The wheat grass reclaimed the front yard, and native yellow day lilies bordered the old drive.