I thought of creating an original “make believe movie ” poster that signifies the brave men of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police of that time.I want to stay true to the pulp fiction look of that era, by creating a theatrical scene in the image of a damsel in distress, rescued by a heroic officer on a majestic horse in the midst of a fire catastrophe.This is my story formulated from an inspiring RCMP Musical horse parade that I saw. And it’s just my way of paying tribute to their magnificent deeds that encourage me to paint the real “Shadows of Green Timbers”.
1st Place Winner / Arts Council of Surrey's 2014 Silver Screen Poster Competition at the Newton Cultural Centre
Acrylic on canvass -18” x 24” - Feb 2014
Her hair shines like the mountain and the city is written all over him. Go for a walk, take a short cruise along the ocean or simply hike the nearest mountain and you're back at the same place where you stood within the day longing to discover more.
Finalist / Arts Council of Surrey’s 2013 Juried Art Exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery
Acrylic on canvass 36” x 36”- June 2013
“Dance the Night Away”
I caught upon this couple at the Copper Club Lounge (along North Road & Lougheed).
These two were rulers of the dance floor. The lady was radiantly attractive and graceful and the aged gentleman was completely in control of whatever form of dancing they possessed.It’s not just tango nor swing; I believe it was a fusion of everything. I was able to paint their emotions and some hints of motion that they projected. I enjoyed that night of good music and the rare movement of artistry that happened all around me. It made the night beautiful, although it quickly slipped away.
1st Place Winner & People's Choice Award / Arts Council of Surrey’s 2013 Juried Art Exhibition (Just Dance) at the Newton Cultural Centre
Acrylic on canvass - 24” x 36”- April 6, 2013
3rd Place/ Arts Council of Surrey's 2017 Juried Art Exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery
Acrylic on canvas 48" x 48"- July 2017
Honourable Mention / Arts Council of Surrey’s 2014 Juried Art Exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery
Charcoal and Acrylic on wood 36” x 36”- June 2014
“The City’s Fireworks Display” is about
the celebration of life.
It is inspired by the Stanley Park and English Bay landscape,
capturing the energy of the people and the beauty of the city. The painting represents the artist’s collective thoughts of events rendered in a whimsical approach.These are images he witnessed, felt and experienced; wherein love and romance is everywhere, were children are brought into a promising future and the colorful diversity of the people are shared as one within the gorgeous landscape benefiting us in luxury.
1st Place Winner / Arts Council of Surrey’s 2011 Juried Art Exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery
Acrylic on canvass-36'x 36"- June 2011
First seen on the internet with a European name but Asian made origin. Pre-ordered and delivered to the doorstep. Made her first appearance for a job interview Downtown. Partied later to celebrate new job. Strutted the streets of Robson, crossed the border on weekends, endured the daily commute from Waterfront to King George station. For years she has proven to be strong and beautiful all season through. As she ages,she becomes even more beautiful. I love her but I'm donating her to a charitable place where she can be useful and appreciated.
Merit Award & People's Choice Award / Arts Council of Surrey's 2014 Juried Art Exhibition (Just Shoes) at the Newton Cultural Centre
Acrylic on cardboard- 22" x 27"- March 2014