Watercolour on Canson 90 lbs cold pressed notebook paper 22 x 30 cms
Pen, ink and watercolour on Canson 90 lbs cold pressed paper, 22 x 30 cms
Pen and Ink
Pen, ink and watercolour on Canson 90lbs cold pressed paper, 22 x 30 cms
Vancouver Forests Collection
Set of four watercolours on Canson ArtBoard 23 x 30 cms
Boat Ride Along Bedwell Bay, BC
A Tree-trunk Carving
Lynne Valley, British Columbia. I encountered this awesome portrait carved on an old tree trunk on my walk in the forest nearby.
Old Stone Mill in Brittany
Arches paper 140 ils, 30 x 40 cms.
Brackendale, British Columbia
Aquarelle on Arches paper, 31x 41 cms.
Laneway in Vienna
Busy Union Station, Toronto
Gibson Harbour, British Columbia
Watercolour on Arches paper 26 x 55 cms
Highgate Watercolour Class 2020
Watercolour on Arches paper, 9" x 15"
Watercolour on hot pressed Arches paper 40 x 55cms.
Watercolour on cold pressed Arches paper, 35 x 50 cms
Bearers of Water Pots
Electric Supplies Souk
Watercolour on Arches paper 45 x 65 cms.
Arches watercolour paper, 40 x 65 cms
Watercolour on Arches paper 40 x 50 cms.
Watercolour on Arches paper, 40 x 60 cms.
Lights at Al-Azhar Gardens
Watercolour on Arches paper 45 x 60 cms.
Charcoal on newsprint paper 40 x 60 cms each.
Floral fantasy études
Wet-on-wet sketches, 15cms x 20cms each.
Three watercolours 23 x 31 cms each
Pen, ink and watercolour
Agha Khan Center Miniatures
Two small watercolours 10x16 cms each
Deep Cove, B.C,
Pen, ink and watercolour crayons, 17 x 26 cms
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Watercolour on paper 40 x 50 cms.
Sunnyside Pavillion, Toronto Lakeshore
Watercolour on Arches paper, 31 x 41 cms
Memories of Dahab Postcard
Watercolour on Arches paper 140 lbs, 23 x 30 cms.
Watercolour on cold pressed Arches paper - 26 x 36 cms.
Watercolour on Arches paper, 23 x 61 cms.
This is the view from our 17th floor apartment. Downtown Toronto is in the far background, and the Aga Khan museum is in the foreground.
Haunted House and Enchanted Forest
30 x 50 cms
40 x 50 cms
The challenge here was not to use any greens.
(The subject is on the right, and the painting on the left).