A distinguished landscape and portrait painter, hailing from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, he has woven art into the fabric of his life since childhood. Beginning with a keen focus on precision sketching, he has honed his craft through the years. His artistic expression is conveyed through the rich and versatile mediums of oil and gouache.
With a prolific presence in the art community, he has showcased his work extensively across Alberta and Ontario, contributing to numerous art shows and exhibitions. His creations have graced several esteemed galleries, including Westmount Gallery in Toronto, Eldon Gallery in Kitchener-Waterloo, and Gallery on Main in Lacombe, Alberta.
His work has garnered considerable recognition, including being the second prize laureate at the Kitchener, Ontario sidewalk art competition in 1999. The media spotlight has shone upon him, with features on Rogers TV Channel in Kitchener-Waterloo in 2004 and in Alternative Trends Magazine in Alberta in 2010.
Beyond creating art, he imparts his knowledge as an art instructor, teaching at various prestigious centers and associations across Alberta and Ontario, including the Northgate Lions Seniors Recreation Centre, Central Lions Senior Association, City Arts Centre, Wellington Centre for Continuing Education, and Waterloo Arts Community Centre.
He is a current and active member of the Edmonton Art Club, reflecting his ongoing commitment to the local art community. His paintings and portraits, often featured in both solo and group exhibitions, are sought after by collectors in Canada and internationally. As an active member of the art community, he is affiliated with the California Art Club and the Visual Artists of St. Albert, further cementing his status in the art world.