Moving mountains and peaks: the thought process behind my expressionist mountain landscapes

 Beautiful original painting of a bear in front of the Three Sisters mountains in Canmore, just outside of Banff National Park.

In every stroke of the brush and blend of colour, I seek to capture the timeless beauty and majestic allure of the mountain peaks and landscapes that inspire my art. Each canvas becomes a window into the inspiring vistas and untamed wilderness that characterize these natural wonders.

From the rugged slopes of the Canadian Rockies to the windswept shores of remote coastal landscapes, I am endlessly fascinated by the grandeur and tranquility of nature's masterpieces. With every painting, I strive to convey not just the physical expressionistic vision of these landscapes, but also the sense of wonder and reverence they evoke within me.

There is a certain magic in the play of light upon a mountain peak, the dance of shadows across a rugged terrain, and the symphony of colours that adorn a sunset sky. It is this magic that I try to capture in my artwork—the fleeting moments of beauty that stir the soul and ignite the imagination.

Through bold brushstrokes and vivid hues, I aim to evoke the raw power and serene beauty of the natural world. Whether it's the towering majesty of snow-capped peaks or the gentle whisper of a mountain stream, each element of the landscape holds its own story, waiting to be told on canvas.

In a world filled with constant noise and distraction, I hope that my paintings offer a moment of quiet—a chance to pause, breathe, and reconnect with the beauty of the world around us. May they serve as a reminder of the boundless wonders that await us in the great outdoors, and inspire a deeper appreciation for the fragile beauty of our planet's landscapes.