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Two Montreal Views in the Style of Ukiyo-e Prints

Two scenes from near where I live – an alley in Côte-Saint-Paul and a view along the aqueduct in Verdun – rendered in a style that tries to imitate that of the nineteenth-century Japanese ukiyo-e prints by such artists as … Continue reading

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Views of an Imaginary City VII – The Stairway to Nowhere at Tanalisca

The Stairway to Nowhere at Tanalisca Sensuka is a city of many religious orders, and contains within its limits an incredible number of sanctuaries, convents, monasteries, and missions. The monastery of Tanalisca is among the most famous of these, owing … Continue reading

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Coming Soon! “Fifty-two Views of an Imaginary City”

This summer, mostly during the course of an artistic residency at the Maison Gai Saber in Leigné-sur-Usseau, France, I began work on a long series of watercolours depicting the sights of interest, neighbourhoods and inhabitants of an imaginary city called Sensuka. Inspired by Ando … Continue reading

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