2017 October 25: Opening Night! Show runs to November 23.

New work:

  • Greetings from Surrey
  • Dog Walk Diptychs
  • Prototype for a Bathroom / Surrey Stories
  • One Shooting One Swan
  • 15400-16800 Mud Bay Road
  • Order Bees for the Coming Season
  • Beneficial Management Practices
  • Prototype for a Bathroom / Public Voices Private Property

I also showed some older black&white works not shown before, masterfully paired with recent work, installed by curator Melanie Watts of Semiahmoo Arts.

And of course, an old favourite

A small installation piece

And a video


The exhibit launched with an artist talk, followed by readings by featured poet Heidi Greco. Recently declared one of Surrey’s “Civic Treasures,” Heidi Greco is a firm believer in the power of the word and of the literary arts. She’s been published in genres from book reviews and essays to short stories and essays and even a novella. Her most recent book, Flightpaths: The Lost Journals of Amelia Earhart, is from Caitlin Press.

At the evening’s Open Mic, I read Two In Every Square, from my New Rozalia suite of poems. Other readers included Natasha Sanders-Kay and Graham McGarva, both from TWS 2017.

Much gratitude to White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin and Semiahmoo Arts Executive Director Barb Nelson for their opening presentations and kind words! And much thanks to White Rock Manager of Cultural Development Bev Siver, and staff Wendy and Heidi, for guiding me through the process of putting on my first solo art show! Huge thanks for Melanie Watts of Semiahmoo Arts for her masterful install and constant encouragement.

Contact the White Rock Community Centre to register for a free mobile photography workshop on November 4th on exploring the urban environment.