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Time for an auction. This is a work that I did last year, titled “Still Alive”. This painting is about beauty in small places. The painting is acrylic and 23.5 x 22.5 inches on 1/2 inch wood panel.

Auction rules:

– Current bid: $250
– Upset bid: $220
– To participate, please comment on this post with a higher bid than the current bid.
– If you would rather stay anonymous, please DM me at and I will update the current bid on your behalf.
– Bidding will close on Tuesday, 18 October 2022 at 9 PM PST
– Highest bid wins. I will contact winner after auction is closed.
– Taxes (12%) and shipping ($30 in Canada) extra.

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“When Christ said that man does not live by bread alone, he spoke of a hunger. This hunger was not the hunger of the body. It was not the hunger for bread. He spoke of a hunger that begins deep down in the very depths of our being. He spoke of a need as vital as breath. He spoke of our hunger for love.

Love is something you and I must have. We must have it because our spirit feeds upon it. We must have it because without it we become weak and faint. Without love our self-esteem weakens. Without it our courage fails. Without love we can no longer look out confidently at the world…

But with love, we are creative. With it, we march tirelessly. With it, and with it alone, we are able to sacrifice for others.”

Chief Dan George

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I just got my screen stuff in the mail today. I am looking forward to making some prints!!!

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Happy Earth Day!

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Opening night of "First: an Exhibit of First Nations Art from Around BC"

Opening night of the First exhibit was a considerable success. Meeting with other artists in the area was a bonus, and it was humbling to be shown alongside artists such as Robert Davidson.

It will be exhibiting for the next two months at the gallery. Check out the gallery website for more details.

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I am looking forward to exhibiting in the Two Rivers Gallery, in Prince George, as part of the exhibit, First.

I have submitted two pieces, one of which has never been shown in public.

This exhibit marks a bit of an emotional milestone for me because it is the same gallery where I fell in love with art as an adult. This was back in 2003 when I was introduced to the gallery. I was going to college in Kamloops, and seeing a girl from PG. I was introduced to concepts such as negative space and expression. It was a medium where I could connect with like minded people. I was hooked.

I had the opportunity, recently, to discuss this milestone with the gallery tech at Two Rivers and he told me that he was pleased, because if “art can’t inspire on a different level than TV or other media, then what is the point of art?”

Two Rivers Gallery is no slouch as far as galleries in the area go. It has exhibited works from artists such as Andy Warhol and Ted Harrison. I am going to be exhibiting alongside Robert Davidson in this particular show.

It gives me goosebumps that I have been given the opportunity to celebrate what would seem like a new milestone in my art career at a location where my art career was born.

Opening night is at 7:30pm on Thursday, April 12th at the gallery.

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