21.5” x 17.5”
Mixed media, acrylic, recycled metal and polymer clay on board.
The piece was inspired by the frog music I’ve been listening to. There is one particular frog voice that stands out from the rest, “Big Toad Daddy” and he is singing the blues. This poster style assemblage invites you to come and listen to the amazing vocals of Big Toad Daddy backed by the “Leechtown Ladies” at “Seagirt Ponds” in East Sooke, where the frogs are so plentiful and have such volume you can hear them as you drive by. The compel you to stop, sneak into the forest, follow your ears and experience classics like Belly to Belly, Mosquito Moan, Frog Boogie and Ain’t Go’na Take That Bait. Make a date and come back every spring for the incredible Frog Holler Mud Stomp.
Hare I Am
20" x 16"
Acrylic on crackle medium on board
Steelhead Type 2 8in x 24 in mixed media. The beautiful head of the salmon is created from an antique chromed, brass air vent salvaged from an old boat. The skeleton is made of strikers from an old typewriter. The illusion represents a decomposed spawner found in the creek.
12" x 36"
Mixed Media, acrylic, crackle medium n board
Cordellia is a special little Jersey calf who is looking forward to a life of leisure as a prized small farm milk cow. These are the most pampered of cows. Sweet, kind and loyal to the milker.
"The Red Bike"
16" x 20"
Oil and acrylic on Canvas