In the ongoing series of Montreal images, this one’s all about the brick construction and straight stairs. A typical view in the greater Montreal area.
This image is from my Montreal collection of images.
This one’s a take on Vermeer. I’m afraid I’m very far from the master, but I enjoyed painting this one all the same. As usual, thumbnails below access a jpeg and detail view. Thanks for visiting.
An excellent collection of wonderful images from the Saunière, an old merchant ship in the Port of Montreal, by my photographer friend Georges Dutil. He’s actually done remarkable work here. The level of detail is incredible, even though this is hard to see from a low resolution image from the Web. I have seen large format giclées of his work – AWESOME!
Really nice work BLU! This is a 10 minute wall-painted animation on evolution BLU-style.
Another one of my “Nature Overcomes Man” images. Stumps grow shoots and start over. Wonderful visual of life overcoming cement. I hope you like it.
Today’s image is from an inner courtyard, in a Mexican hacienda. The crossed paths, with the cross in the background, were just too inviting for me to resist. As usual, both 600 x 400 and detail jpegs below. Thanks for visiting.
Another nice and colourful housefront on the Plateau Mont-Royal, in Montreal. There’s the usual 600 x 400 jpeg and detail below.
Every year in July the Montreal Jazz Festival attracts musicians and music lovers from around the world. This image is from the Place des Arts set where strollers can stop and rest a bit before the next show.
I’m fascinated by the unseen, the places and spots we go by without a thought that contain full Universes if you only stop and look – or stop and listen?.
This roots network was at the foot of a tree in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. I’m simply amplifying through color (and strokes) what is always there for the observer to see. I never tire of looking at this type of visual.
It isn’t as impressive as a sunset or some great garden somewhere, but, in its own granularity, it is just as rich and deep as any vista. I hope you like it. As usual, thumbnail accesses a 600 x 400 jpeg.