Projects

“Spring lamb,” 2020, Oil pastel on illustration board, 30 x 40 inches.

A lamb enjoys his day in the sun. He was born to a doting mother, had a sibling, and kicked and played in the lush pasture at Toronto’s Riverdale Farm. “Spring lamb” celebrates a life we rarely see. Inspired by an individual within the sheep herd at Riverdale Farm and spring flower gardens at The Beaches. Original ink concept here.

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“When the tiger comes alive,” 2019, Oil pastel on illustration board, 16 x 20 inches.

An Amur tiger self-grooms and the forest blooms around him. His nature comes alive. The tiger is eternally wild.

This captive individual, residing at the Toronto Zoo, licked his paws over a concrete floor while fastening his gaze at patrons through the observation glass. His calm demeanor, brought on by a moment of self care, makes you wonder: who is studying who?

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“The royal couple,” 2019, Oil pastel on illustration board, 13 x 18 inches.

Blue-and-gold macaws exhibit charming behaviour when they pair off. They groom one another, squawk (in argument, you could guess), and fly in an arresting display of colour side by side. “The royal couple” celebrates the love connection in all relationships. Inspired by live studies from Bird Kingdom’s open aviary in Niagara Falls.

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