I am very pleased to be presenting artwork at Local Colours – Art Exhibition at this year’s Wild at Art Festival.

You can purchase prints of the photos here.

Local Colour:
I live on the Mamquam river and walk my dog along the dike every morning. Just down from our house is this train bridge. On this particular morning the sun was rising with great warm colour and there was fog coming off the river. Definitely worth a run back to the house for camera gear.

Squamish is a community that is WILD ABOUT ART!

Each year the Wild at Art Festival curates an art exhibition of professional and emerging artists. The theme for 2009 is Local Colour and will focus on new artwork by local artists along the Sea to Sky corridor. Over 60 artists are expected to participate in the festival gallery this year, including a collaborative art piece by Squamish students.

The gallery is open Monday-Friday 12 am to 8 pm and Weekends 11 am to 7 pm

West Cost Railway Heritage Park
39645 Government Rd.