See your own blue story

Biker Chic — commission

During many conversations at art exhibitions, stories naturally arise from people as they encounter my blue paintings. I love to listen to these personal interpretations. It’s a form of collaboration that extends beyond the creation and into the realm of a painting’s new life outside the studio, outside of my own expression. And during this… Continue reading See your own blue story

Biker chick drops by

Chrome Diva was inspired by an accidental meeting with an old pal from kindergarten days who literally "dropped" by with her motorcycle.

Rumbling down the one-way street in front of my studio was a collection of motorcycles finishing up a day of cruising. It was twilight and the slight curve where the street turns at the base of the hill is a natural spot for gravel and sand to gather. One of the riders skidded and dropped… Continue reading Biker chick drops by

RIP George Romero: Night of the Living Deb

After several months of treatment for an all-to-common malady these days, and for which I received tremendous medical guidance and support from the Juravinksi Centre, a knock came to my door. It was esteemed radiologist and all-round great guy Stephen Sagar and his lovely partner Christina. The good doctor was key to zapping the unwelcome… Continue reading RIP George Romero: Night of the Living Deb

Shades of blue at Silver Spoons

Silver Spoons is an art-wine-food event in the Eastside of Toronto May 13 and 14. Along with  gourmet food, wine and beer tastings, live music, there will be a pop-up art gallery. I will have an exhibit of my latest paintings here, so if you are in the city to say hello and see some… Continue reading Shades of blue at Silver Spoons