My stripe painting graces another beautiful model home by BBA Design in Vancouver. This is The Creek by Concert Properties.
It was an honour to have my artwork be one of the first things selected for the brand new home of Francoise, Mark, and Ella. They sent me my favourite kind of photo, one showing my art as part of their sunshine-filled lives.
I always enjoy working with the talented women at BBA Design. They are huge supporters of local artists and have purchased work from me and many of my friends. Here is my art featured in the dining room and living room of the Tatton show in Coquitlam. BBA did such a wonderful job that I was ready to move in to this gorgeous place. I wasn't the only one who thought so, since the development sold out in a flash!
Here my artwork adorns a secret supper at La Chiesa, thanks to Mike, who is a big supporter of my work. I've been lucky enough to eat an amazing meal here. The fabulous photos are from Images by Brittany.
Another yummy photo from La Chiesa. If you're interested in an amazing and intimate dining experience, I'd be happy to pass on the information. Photo credit to: Images by Bethany.
My house, my cat, and one of the few tranquil rooms in the our brightly-coloured home. Whenever I get the tripod out, Churro appears and hams it up for the camera.
Sadly, Joanna, Paul, and Noah have moved away now, but their lovely home in West Van had a big collection of my work in it. Here is a photo of their modern dining room.
A few moms have told me, "I saw your art today." That means they were at Tot2Teen Dental in East Van. Not only does Dr. Anita Gartner have an amazing modern clinic with every dental innovation, but she's also a huge supporter of local artists, and her office is filled with amazing work. I only wish I was young enough to be a patient. Photo by Denise Relke.
Before Sonya McLeod opened Little Mountain Homeopathy, she decided that original art would help to make her office vibrant and inspiring. I was fortunate that she fell in love with these two paintings. Photograph by Denise Relke.
Two women walked into my studio during the Crawl and decided that this painting, with photos of Japanese-Canadian boys in pre-war Vancouver, had both the vibrancy and narrative to make it suitable for their law office. Mandell Pinder is a specialist in Aboriginal rights cases. Photo credit: Denise Relke.
When Lou told me that her walls matched my painting, I had to see it to believe it. I'm energized by the dramatic home of Chris and Lou, and this painting looks like it was commissioned for the spot—but it was just luck!