12 inches X 12 inches, on my last canvas. Going forward I use exhibition wood panels for larger images as they are better able to handle the layers of paper and glue, especially when I want to bring something forward in the foreground. Finished late in January, 2023.
Arizona – near Organ Pipe National Monument
As rockhounds, my spouse and I have wandered the rugged hills of the western states for several years now, but this was my first attempt to capture the erosion of water and wind without the grinding power of ice and glaciers in the southern USA. Dusk on the desert and the rocks are still radiating heat while every tiny sprig of vegetation is an inspiration. Quite magical.
BEAVER DAM, NORTHEAST BC
My largest collage ever, (48 inches by 24 inches), this image is from a stop along the Alaska Highway between Watson Lake and Fort Nelson. It is going into a small exhibit at the Okanagan Regional Library in Oliver for the month of September, 2022 and then entered in the Fall Art Show and Sale at the Oliver Community Centre on October 1st and 2nd.
San Josef Bay
Latest collage completed Sep/20, this diptych is 24″ H X 24″ W plus 24″ H X 12″ W, inspired by a trip to this starting point on the trail to Cape Scott on the north end of Vancouver Island.
Similkameen Valley -Highway 3
36″ X 24″ paper collage completed Sep/19
This one won second place in the Oliver Community Art Council Fall Show and Sale, with “Sumallo River -Highway 3” winning first place and Best in Show.
Sumallo River – Highway 3
Completed recently and winner of Best in Show as well as 1st for Other Media at the Oliver Community Art Council Fall Art Show and Sale on October 5th, 2019
Paper collage, 36″ X 24″
18″ X 36″ Paper collage
“High Country, North of Stewart, BC”
18″ x 24″ Paper collage of the view opposite the Salmon Glacier, completed Jun/18
Awe-struck at Ghost Lake Spillway
Winter, completed Feb/18