Gulf Islands Triptych

Gulf Islands Triptych

Three images which show part of the view from a south Salt Spring ‘cottage’ were commissioned last fall and will soon hang in the client’s home.

The images will be printed in high resolution black and white, likely 24 x 16 inches each, and mounted on aluminum (as imagined above) for a crisp aesthetic as the dominant feature of a main living area.

A fourth image (also part of the view), taken just after sunset with Swartz Bay and Sidney in the foreground and extending to Mount Rainier, was also provided.

(here is the center image, quickly converted to black and white)

Gulf Island View John Cameron


On a somewhat related note:
Congratulations to a pair of daily viewers from the Seattle area who have recently hung a beautifully framed, limited edition print of ‘Sunrise Swans’ in their lovely home. Thanks for supporting!

Don’t Count Your Chickens

Chicken Sketch

I popped by Florence Roberge’s a couple of days ago and saw a ‘head and shoulders’  portrait of a chicken.
It was 5 or 6 feet tall!
I really liked the ‘quick sketch’ as is and took the above snapshot.
I thought this was a great finished piece. The huge scale was amazing and the black and white  ‘sketch’ would look great in a lot of places.


Yesterday I was by again on business and grabbed another snapshot (below) of the same piece. Quite the transformation.
I don’t believe it’s spoken for yet. If you’ve got just the right spot, give Florence a shout (website)!

Chicken Painting