Off Savory Road
Sunlit wildflowers on an afternoon drive were the inspiration for this painting.
I wavered back and forth between ‘gone fishing’ and ‘welcome home’ the whole time I was working on this piece. In the end, it’s a pretty sweet view coming or going.
Inspired by a morning so foggy the horizon had vanished completely.
Inspired by the trees left standing after the Shovel lake Fire burned through in 2018.
thinking of all the branches yet to come
This piece was fun to work on, I called it a nightmare the whole time I was painting it.
A pissed off bear protecting her cub is a nightmare indeed and I’ve a neighbour who can tell you a story… it’s his story that inspired this piece.
This lone Douglas Fir stands alone, a silent witness to the terror of the Shovel Lake forest fire.
All it’s neighbours are gone.
Inspired by the certainty of spring in this photo, the new life through the decaying window – it just says it all.
photo credit: Judy Dickson
Chun T’oh Wudujut
BC’s ancient forest is a unique inland wet-temperate rainforest. It’s home to western red cedars nearly 2000 years old, rare lichens, mosses and fungi and a beautiful cascading waterfall.
It’s inspiration at every turn.