“Breaking free” – Orca’s wave of freedom

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“Saving the Magnificent”

Man of Unknown Origin

Man of Unknown Origin _by Diane Walsh_copyright_mediageode2016

Rendition of Madame Matisse. Re-creation, re-titled: “Non-Binary”


~ “You don’t got me” said the little tiger cub ~

“British Public-School Boy”

Destined for Harrow

Say “No!” to Mountain-top-removal coal mining

Coal, coal, coal… it’s what it’s all about.

This is a depiction of “Blasting Rock”


“BP Spill: The Escapee”

“Passage to the Aether”

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“Memory of El Rincon”

Good-day. That’s a lighthouse and well, one of my favourite paintings. Not sure why.  I painted it when I returned from Baya having spent 10 wonderful days in a place called El Rincon on the peninsula.  It’s virtually a desert area; definitely the real-outback of ‘Merico’ but, surrounding it, the warm Gulf-of-Mexico water. This piece is a scene in my mind’s eye. Near, Inn at Rincon where friends and I were staying.  Needless to say artistically my image is more fantasized than the reality. But yes, I did see that horse. My memory of the beauty of this part of the world — simply — incomparable.

“Cockatiel in eternity”

When I was a teenager my mother got me a bird, a cockatiel, for getting an A in biology. This painting is my memory of him.  I named him Pele. He gave me a lot of joy.

Wow, just found an old pic of my bird (Feb 20, 2015) looking through an old hard-drive. Sweet! My cockatiel name Pele, 1989Pele is the one on the left. The all grey-one was his girlfriend. 🙂

“Wild Horses Collide”


Painted with Acrylic in 2009. This is one of my favourites.  Hope you like it too.

Vanier Park

Playful rendition of the view of Burrard Bridge from Vanier Park

A catastrophic change to Vanier Park is in the works, supported by Vancouver City Council. Kits residents have tried to put up a fight but 5 + buildings are slated on the edge of Vanier Park. Not only will the massive development take up previously understood to be public green-space along the water but also the walking green space area below the Burrard Bridge.

The Salish Sea

Universal Happenings

Fabric designs made from hemp

Monster of Despair, Corruption and Greed

Aztec art rendition – “Symbol of virility”

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#AztecMaya religion #Maya Art Reference: World Archeology, Ed., Paul G. Bahn. Oxford: Andromeda Oxford limited, 2000.

Bee Life

May we be like the bees in 2019, busy, industrious, optimistic with plenty of honey.

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