Vancouver is perhaps the grayest city I have ever visited. The buildings have been ordained by the government to maintain roughly the same color as the clouds at all times. It it wasn’t for these colorful Aquabai, it would be like one huge Take On Me video.
This is a sport I never got into, mostly because it seems to involve oversized equipment and I don’t know where I would keep a boat like that in my house. It would be the sort of thing that gets lodged in a stairwell for several years.
This is the Lion’s Gate late one evening as the fog rolled into the bay. I was lucky it was stormy most of the time there, because that tends to make for more interesting photographs. If you squint closely at this picture of Canada, you can see the socialized medicine.
Over the weekend we hung pictures up at the gallery. Everything looks pretty sharp and those of you are coming to the gallery opening should see something a bit different, perhaps. I don’t know… impossible to be objective, but I do know it is different than what is usually shown there at Halcyon.
I’ll be showing about 45 pieces. Here is a sampling of the ones at the show. You will notice the first three are exceptionally pointy.
Dark Storm over Vancouver:
Spires of God:
Fourth on Lake Austin:
This is Nathaniel:
Rush Hour in Seoul:
One Night in Bangkok: