Saturday, July 20, 2013


This drawing is a collaboration between myself, Sara Guindon and Chris Tucker that is being exhibited as part of the exquisite corpse show at GroundSwell gallery in Denver. Sara Guindon started it, then mailed the left side to me and the right side to Chris to complete.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Burnaby Art Gallery

I have a new show that's currently up at the Bob Prittie Library in Metrotown (British Columbia), presented by the Burnaby Art Gallery Outreach Program. It runs from April 22 to July 8.  This is my first show in BC,  and it includes all thirteen drawings that I completed over the past winter. All are investigations of various self-contained flora, ranging from wild to man-made arrangements, including four drawings that depict the japanese art of Kokedama (suspended string gardens). More info here.

Thursday, April 11, 2013


I updated my website recently. I put up all the new drawings I've been working on over the winter, that will be exhibited in an upcoming show with the Burnaby Art Gallery outreach program in Burnaby, BC (I'll post the info for that soon). I also put up the three new silkscreens from last year, all the illustrations I did in the fall for my friend Jeremy's book, uploaded larger versions of most of my silkscreens, and updated my shop section. Here are two of my new drawings. The originals will be available for purchase after the show is over.

Friday, March 01, 2013

Montreal Winter part II

I'm lucky to have a number of attractive small parks within a few blocks of my place, then a little further if willing to treck uphill there's the mountain and the two cemeteries (see last photo). In the first photo you can see what I call the moat park where there's a little circular ice rink lit up at night with christmas lights. I usually end up going skating there just once a year, but haven't gone yet this year.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Montreal Winter Part I

Here's a tour of my neighborhood after the rare sort of glorious snow-fall that coats every single available surface for a brief few hours until it melts away. This is the one day per year of eastern-Canada winter that I actually enjoy. More photos to come.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Knitting, Drawing, a Book, a Cat

Pictured: a finished hot water bottle cozy, a half finished cabled cowl, the beginning of a braided rug, a few unfinished drawings and the most beautiful gardening book.  Lots to do before winter ends.

Sunday, January 06, 2013


Evidence of the very beginnings of learning crochet and a simple moss stitched cowl.