All posts filed under: Fine Art

Couvent Jésus Marie Library

Couvent Jésus-Marie is believed to be the largest and most architecturally ambitious convent school erected in the Franco-Catholic colonies; few of these schools in Western Canada, if any, approach its scale and character. Excerpt taken from: Ecclesiastical Buildings in Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan The most renowned area […]

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Bay Island School

Since 1919 the Bay Island school has weathered time on the bare Saskatchewan prairie near Old Wives Lake. It saw students come and go from 1919 to 1950. My family and I spotted this place shortly after we moved back to the prairies while taking […]

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Melting Barn 2015

Not much has changed from summer 2014 to summer 2015. The old barn is still resisting the ravages of time with dignity and grace. Click on the following links to take you to 2014 Melting Barn and 2013 Melting Barn.

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Greeting Cards

I have a new batch of greeting cards hot off the press. The cards have a glossy finish front and back with a plain white matte interior. These cards will be available for purchase as of December 21 at Café Paris, located on Main Street […]

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Festival of Trees

I had one of my images printed and mounted on a block mount to donate to the Festival of Trees, a fundraiser for the St. Joseph’s Hospital in Gravelbourg. Above is the digital file and below are images of the product. The 12 x 18 […]

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Sunset on the Prairies

This grain elevator in Gravelbourg, SK is the only remaining elevator (in Saskatchewan) built by the Saskatchewan and Western Elevator Company and is one of the few remaining elevators built prior to the 1920’s. Many of these grain elevators have been dismantled and removed from […]

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Tara

Here are a few other shots from our human form workshop. I love using light to create deep shadows that leave a little something to the imagination.

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Muirina Fae

The human form, elegantly simple. For the past two weeks, we have been photographing the human form. We use light to emphasize shape and texture. The results are beautiful.

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Raining in the Garden

It seems like it has been raining non-stop on Vancouver Island. So, I wrapped my camera in plastic today and set out in my little flower bed in the back yard. I changed things up a bit and used my flash off camera fitted with […]

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Prairie Coneflowers

According to the local weather forecast, we are in for a week of clouds and rain. So today, I am infusing myself with a splash of colour with this image I shot this past summer while visiting home.

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