Sunday Evening Reflection – Good Things Will Come

Walking is a way to see the world through stories. Every street and road holds narratives created by those who have traveled the path. Memories live within locations, in walls, windows, doors, archways. As I walk, I add my own chapter by imagining the laughter, conversations, events that occurred over the years. A blogger friendContinue reading “Sunday Evening Reflection – Good Things Will Come”

What do we see?

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”  Henry David Thoreau I agree with Thoreau – what we see is all that really matters.  About a month ago, I was given the opportunity to photograph the work of an aspiring Vancouver artist. The title of his work was Daily Disasters. TheContinue reading “What do we see?”

The Birds by Myfanwy MacLeod

There are birds in Vancouver’s Olympic Village at the Southeast False Creek Plaza, 1 Athletes Way. Not the ordinary kind that flutters in the air currents above – The Birds prefer to guard the earth with their 18 foot (5.5 metres) presence.  Vancouver artist, Myfanwy MacLeod transformed the common sparrow into something extraordinary. “The BirdsContinue reading “The Birds by Myfanwy MacLeod”

Her jacket pockets turned inside out…

Her jacket pockets turned inside out releasing fears of the color blue… There’s a story here – not certain what it is, but it interests me. Art is around us, created when we’re not looking. The words appeared mysteriously under the Cambie Street Bridge the week of April 26th. Remnants of equipment were left behindContinue reading “Her jacket pockets turned inside out…”