He works in bright primary colours, with angular people, windmills, boats, trains and uses titles like the 'Happy Birthday Cake Shop - Paris'. His two dimensional art has been called 'A new way of looking at things' and 'Meticulous - just like you.`
Other works show his fascination with the natural elements e.g. - 'West Point Lighthouse' and 'The Postmill - AD 1200'. His most recent work 'Farewell Cousin Harald - Norway' uses more colour in combination with all of these elements.
He wants his art to be clean, crisp and free flowing. Early on he found a 16' by 20' canvas size format to be the best suited to the expression of his ideas. The thick, white raised frames he uses present his art in a modern, dynamic way.
The first showing of his art was a preview at The Toronto Golf Club in July 2008.He found it a privilege to be allowed to gather opinions and have a first reaction to the viewing of his paintings.
The patience and advice of John Lennard and Angellina Masterangelo have done much to help him achieve his first exhibition -for which he is very grateful.
Gwynne Giles, March 2009