Friday, December 7, 2012

Here I am with Rino last week at the "Art for an Oil Free Coast" show at Performance Works on Granville Island. We opened November 27th, with a full house of 300+ people. An army of volunteers made this show possible and I would like to thank all that gave generously of their time and energy.

The show was taken down last Sunday and re-opened in Victoria on Dec 4th. Next destination is Salt Spring Island, then Nanaimo. Details on the shows, the book and online bidding on the paintings can be found at

It was a privilege to be a part of this very ambitious project. If you get the chance to see the show, I highly recommend it- 60 paintings of our beautiful BC coast by some of the province's top artists.

Last night Alan and I went to the opening of another amazing show- the annual Spillsbury Medal show at the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver. I think this is the strongest and quite possibly the biggest medal show that I have every seen at the FCA- 93 paintings all told. The show can be seen on line at

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