People relaxing in the sunshine of Victoria Park near Laurier University in Brantford, Ontario in the shadow of the monument of Joseph Brant, the city's namesake. Born in the late 1700's, the city grew rapidly to become one of the early industrial centres of what was then upper Canada its dominance lasted until around WWII when a slow decline began as other parts of the province matured.
The most rapid decline came when a new highway system called the 401 opened killing many of the communities built on the original highway #2 system. I have painted some of the more interesting local spots but now struggle to find subjects as much of the city lacks visual beauty due to the poor foresight and lack of planning by our elected officials who...
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"Paintings from the Heart"
My paintings reflect the world I live in or want to live in with no grandiose statements. With three primary colors I give you truth in the disguise of an illusion, as the pact between artist and audience is always an unspoken illusion.
Whatever our purpose on this planet or the universe itself is something I cannot fathom or attempt to understand. I therefore focus on what I can relate to and what I see that makes me happy. I hope these efforts will also help for you to enjoy the everyday things.
I accept serious commissions...
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