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The White – CK001

 
 
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The White – CK001

 

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I think that many people harbour a certain fascination with wolves. I used to go hunting with my dad and he would tell me little things about the various animals and birds that we would see and hear. The shrill howl of a wolf in the wild conjures up varied images. In this painting, I chose to do wolves against an abstract background to challenge the viewer’s imagination.

 

Northern Sentiments – CK002

 
 
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Northern Sentiments – CK002

 

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We seem to have the best of both worlds living in Canada. It seems that the extremes of summer and winter make us appreciate the other even more. Either, or... nothing rivals tea and a bonfire with the sky enveloped with the Aurora Borealis regardless of the time and the place. As I painted ''Northern Sentiments'' I could almost hear the sounds of the crackling fire and the relaxed conversation of this evening, all those moons ago.

 

Naming of a Warrior – CK003

 
 
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Naming of a Warrior – CK003

 

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When Europeans and Indians first came into contact, stories were exchanged between the two groups. It seems that the most courageous warriors were named after wolves. I chose to do this painting to capture that time and to pay tribute to that powerful spirit that to this day is still highly regarded.

 

Early Morning Drink – CK005

 
 
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Early Morning Drink – CK005

 

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Occasionally, one can be in the midst of a convergence of circumstances that generate a memory for life. What you see before you is my recollection of one such instance. On an early foggy morning, as my father and I made our way to one of his work assignments we crept along a road that led us by a small lake and in the distance the sun emerged out of a peaceful dense mist. My child’s imagination saw more, as I imagined a horse and warrior in the midst of an early morning drink.

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The Perfect Night – CK006

 
 
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The Perfect Night – CK006

 

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I painted this picture after several trips to Banff and experiencing, first hand, many perfect nights sitting around a campfire. This particular location is near Saskatchewan Crossing between Jasper and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. After having lived in Banff now for several years there are times when we are closer to wolves and other large animals than one is comfortable with, but nothing compares with the howl of a wolf in the middle of a perfect night.

Holiday-Portrait

 

A History On the Edge – CK007

 
 
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A History On the Edge – CK007

 

Product Code: CK007
Even though centuries have passed you can still see remnants of aboriginal occupation in the Rockies, in the form of petroglyphs, preserved on cliff walls and rocks. The drawings could have been the result of a vision quest, perhaps, in a time before it was evident that they were a part of a history on the edge.

Holiday-Portrait

 

The Dance of Generations – CK008

 
 
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The Dance of Generations – CK008

 

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This is my most favorite painting to date. It was quite a challenge to get to the top of Twin Falls which inspired the work and it was a pleasure to sit and compose the image you see before you. It was one of my first experimentations, in combination, with another of my passions...the Aurora Borealis. Many stories are told in my culture about the Northern Lights.

Holiday-Portrait

 

Another Place, Another Time – CK004

 
 
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Another Place, Another Time – CK004

 

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The Banff area has a long history of First Nation’s occupation who were obviously just as enamored with the aesthetics of the area. It appears that the mountains served as an area for spiritual journeys and vision seeking, as well. If you look hard enough remnants of that time adorn river walls and cliffs. As I came across this little bend in the Forty Mile Creek for the first time, I sat for a while and wondered what incredible stories could be told...if rivers could talk.