Monthly Archives: March 2012

Not the Usual Target – my entry to Saatchi’s on-line showdown

Yes, it’s scary.  I can’t tell you how many times I almost chickened out.  But here it is …. my very own painting, entered with more than 1800 other abstract works to-date — and probably more before the entries close. … Continue reading

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Art – Making it happen

I did not come up with the desire to paint about my Grandparents on my own.  It was never my intention to explore my past, but a few things motivated me along the way. Two years ago, while a mature … Continue reading

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Finding family – looking for the needle in the haystack

Have you ever tried to find a relative named Jones or Smith?  Well that’s what it’s like for me – I’m trying to locate people who came to BC when my grandparents arrived in Canada in 1923.  I’m a bit … Continue reading

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