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Chicago – A Year Later

  I just read an article on TripAdvisor ranking the Chicago Art Institute as the number one art museum in the world.  A year ago today I was there for my niece’s wedding and was able to enjoy the Art Institute, see my reflection in the Chicago Bean, explore Navy Pier and have a glass […]

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Destination Beverly Hills Art Show

Sharing my works with the world has always been exciting. With the recent invitation to exhibit at the upcoming Beverly Hills Art Show, I have created several new pieces to share with the people of Southern California. It is an exciting time for me and I am looking forward to meeting new people and sharing […]

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Young Lao Artists Debut Exhibition

In 2014 Saaifone Fine Art Gellery in Laung Prabang hosted an exhibition supporting young Lao artists.  The exhibition consisted of fine works of oil, watercolour, pencil drawings, photography, and pen & ink.  It was a very impressive display of creativity and talent.  The artists were thrilled to display their works for the general public for […]

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Calgary Tennis Club Auction Summer 2013

Two limited edition prints were sold at the silent auction at the Calgary Tennis Club in July 2013.  They were:  1.  June Rain # XII   2. Autumn Tints # VII. They both fetched a handsome sum to the benefit of the 2014 Futures Tennis Tournament.  As an avid tennis player, I was privileged to […]

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A Day in July

The Blues and the Purples! This largest oil on canvas painting (72″ x 85″);  Yes, it is seventy two by eighty five inch painting, the largest piece  I have ever painted! Pulling my hair out actually. And it is not finished yet, not by a long shot! When it is done (two months from now, […]

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June Rain in Calgary

Now this has been June Rain.  I have often said I live in two paradises – Laos and Canada.  It rains in both places in June.  The clouds and sky hint at the power of nature and the insignificance of humans.  The last few days in Calgary have proven that.  The floods that have hit […]

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