Tag Archives: #AlgonquinPark


Driftwood and a log cabin

Driftwood and a log cabin, or a study in black and white, or Inspiration Point; all are possible titles for this black and white toned print. The title is, as of yet undecided. The location […]

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Seeing the hidden Algonquin

Algonquin’s sausage – lumbering. I was told there are two things you don’t want to see how they are made; taxes and sausage. Lumbering is a verb not a noun. It’s an action not a […]

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Part 2 – The Algonquin Adventure

Continuing on…It’s still day 2 of our trip, February 20, 2019 Even the drive is an adventure. Driving out of Oxtongue Rapids we picked up Highway 60 and headed east. To put this into perspective, […]

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Revitalizing and Refreshing

  Producing art that inspires and makes a statement requires constantly revitalizing and refreshing your mind and your vision. Leonardo da Vinci said “Learning never exhausts the mind.” I am currently re-reading “Drawing on the […]

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100 Years After Tom Thomson

July 8, 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the death of Tom Thomson. To this day his death is a mystery. His burial location is a mystery. His talent is no mystery. Fallen Timber is […]

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A “new” fine art print product.

I’m excited about the new fine art prints that I am now offering. This new product will be added to by art store as well as my portrait services. In the past two weeks I […]

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Tom Thomson & The Colorful History of Canoe Lake

Canoe Lake – Intrigues and Mysteries I first went to Algonquin Park at approximately 10 years of age. My aunt and uncle, who were my godparents, took me with them on their annual vacation to […]

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