A Shoulder Season.

Nature finally woke up and started sprinkling spring tidbits around Saskatoon. Early morning walks, soft light and limp, lifeless flags made for a visual feast along River Landing. A few spring migrant birds are arriving […]

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More Saskatoon Art.

What a great day yesterday. I had the privilege of seeing some more work from Saskatoon artists. Here is a selection of the work. Gary Von Kuster makes intricate feathers, carved from wood, textured and […]

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West Coast Wonders

Lotus Land beckoned and we responded. Staying at the Sylvia Hotel on English Bay never gets stale. Cathy and I arrived in Vancouver with our ultimate goal to board VIA rail and head back to […]

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Spring Clean Up

Images have a habit of hiding until a scouring of my hard drive releases them from a covering of errant electrons. Kind of like spring cleaning I suppose. This mix of ice formations, berries and […]

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New work

My friends have been hard at work making tables, bowls and instruments. I am so lucky to be one of the first to see new work when they bring it for photos. Feast your eyes […]

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Project Completed

The last couple of months have resulted in the birth of a new website for the Saskatoon Nature Society. It has been a real joy to work with people from the SNS to help them […]

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Some New Work.

Some friends came by today for a photo shoot so I want to share their work and a piece that I have finished as well. Paul Schroeder made three matched candle sticks out of Bird’s […]

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A Winter City

The soft light of early morning wanderings, 5 days of moist cold air creating a constellation of hoar frost and a trip through River Landing netted some new images from our winter city.

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Re-purposing a Sea Urchin.

My friend Mel is a Newfoundlander at heart even though he has lived in Saskatoon most of his life. On a recent trip home he went fishing with relatives and came back with  numerous Sea […]

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A Box and a Gavel.

Recently my son Brad asked if I could make a gavel for a model parliament his students would be holding in November. Hmmm…. goes the brain….This would be a good project to use up some […]

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