These portraits are given
free of charge to the families.
Proceeds from the sale of landscape prints make this project possible.
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Along the way…
- Frames donated for project!
- Remembrance Day 2010, /A\ Channel London, News at Six
- No tears in the writer…
- Silent Lake Provincial Park (an excuse to talk trout)
- Just another ordinary miracle today
- On the truck crew at Michaels
- South Algonquin Backpackers
- 2010 Fall colours
- I don’t want to meet you again…
- Summer 2010 Traveling Exhibit
- A brilliant, shining moment…
- The Prayer of St. Francis
Monthly Archives: October 2010
The portraits of the fallen soldiers are painted using the officially released photographs from the Gov’t of Canada. Though these are the same photos that appear in the newspapers and on tv, many who’ve view them comment that the paintings … Continue reading
Nestled in the hills to the south of Bancroft, Silent Lake is a little jewel often overlooked by the summer crowds heading into Algonquin Park. We’ve taken our family vacation here every year since the kids were small … Continue reading
Happy thanksgiving weekend! Another beautiful autumn day and so much in this country to be thankful for.
Two years ago this fall, and close to the end of my rope, I was out looking for work. Things were tough all over, and I had applied to just about everywhere for just about anything. While out for art … Continue reading
An interesting place along the way, the South Algonquin Backpackers Historical Hotel is situated in Maynooth, Ontario, just south of Algonquin Park. Formerly known as the Arlington Hotel, it was built in 1899 along the historical Peterson Settlement Road. Here in … Continue reading
After a pretty full summer of touring with the portraits, I took a little time to myself, just a relaxing trip to unwind a bit, to revisit some of the country I had passed through during the summer, to take … Continue reading
…what a remarkable summer it has been in every regard. Traveling from place to place with the portraits gave me the opportunity to meet and speak with so many people along the way. There’s a story that comes to mind, … Continue reading