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Gladiolus, sourced from plant that the kids planted last spring.

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As promised, another painting and it’s a landscape–or is it? Trees take the stage in the center of a show to the universe. A performance of trees! But the question still remains: if trees perform in the forest, does anyone see them?

More to come…

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Our Home and Native Land 2nd Edition

Hey fans! I am pleased to announce that I will be having another draw for two of my “Our Home and Native Land” prints.

How to enter? Simply like: My Facebook page

How to enter again? Comment on this post

Want to enter yet a third time? Share this same post


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T’s are in…

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"Our Home and Native Land"

“Our Home and Native Land”

Ok. In light of the amazing Canadian performance in the Olympics, I have decided to give away one print, “Our Home and Native Land” To enter, simply like my facebook page (current fans already included). Anyone who wants an additional entry to the draw, simply like this post. Anyone who wants yet another entry to the draw, share this post.

So, that’s it. Three ways to enter the draw. I am hoping that that we’re going to win by three goals in the men’s olympic hockey finals 🙂

Happy drawing!

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Our Home and Native Land

Due to popular demand, I am now selling t-shirts. Shirts are available in red, white, black, green and blue, with ink colors of blue grey red and pink. Children sizes available upon request.

If you would like to purchase multiple t-shirts, then please contact me at in order to save on shipping and possibly get a discount depending on the volume of the order.

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Some people have asked me to expound upon this print. Basically, I made this design with a strong desire to honour those who are so integral to Canada as a culture. Particularly, this is a nod to the fact that Canada was at one time, Native Land.

And although I don’t fully understand the specifics between what happened then and now but history isn’t always neutral, and projects like the proposed northern gateway pipeline are reminiscent of so many other projects that have come and left the land scarred–as if no one ever lived here.

I can go on about that, but I don’t want to be negative. This isn’t supposed to be a negative piece; in fact, it’s quite positive. I believe in forgiveness. But I also believe in justice. I hope that the pipeline never goes through.


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