Plaster bust of Jack Creley,
8in height

I was commissioned to sculpt this bust to commemorate Canadian actor Jack Creley who was renowned for his 50-year body of work on Broadway, at Stratford, with the CBC and in movies such as Dr. Strangelove and Videodrome. The bronze casting of this piece is in the collection of David Smith.
Plaster bust of Harry Poon,
10in height

In 1955, Harry Poon became the first Chinese in history to be elected to public office in Canada. He served several terms as town councilor in Stettler Alberta. I created this bust of my father at the request of the Stettler Museum for inclusion in a permanent exhibit that celebrates his life and the contributions he made to the Heartland.

Lady Grey, oil on canvas, 22 x 28in

Painted for a scene in the popular tv movie “The Good Witch” where Handsome Guy notices an uncanny resemblance between the portrait of Madame Grey and the Hot New Witch in town.
Kennedy Boys,
acrylic on canvas, 34 x 42in

‘The Kennedys’ was nominated for an Emmy in set decoration/art direction. One of the sets included this portrait. I did the painting to match the style of the real Kennedys’ art, and to resemble the actors, not RFK’s actual sons.

Milana’s Girls. line drawing on iridescent paper, 3.5 x 8in

Line drawing of the happy couple of couples for the elegant invitation to the double wedding of Milana and Shelly Herzig’s daughters.
Chairman of the Board,
acrylic on canvas

Commissioned by TMI in honour of retiring chairman, Philip Johnson.

Old World Econcomist,
acrylic on canvas, 28 x 44in

After Tiepolo’s Vision of St. Anne, this painting was commissioned as a gift to Swedish industrialist, Fredrik Lundberg and illustrates several of his holdings and interests.
Mona Lisa’s Sister,
oil on canvas, 24 x 32in

After daVinci’s famous Giaconda, this painting was commissioned as a gift for the woman who has everything, hence her mysterious smile.

3D Painting

Storybook Princess Plexibook,
multi media, 9 x 12in

A unique wedding gift for a storybook princess whose wish came true. I put the bride and groom’s faces on the prince and princess in a well-known fairytale setting that I painted on multiple layers of plexiglass to create the illusion of 3-D.

Also shown:
Hand-made Silk Presentation Box for Storybook Princess Plexibook.

Paintings & Murals

Sixties Abstract Art, acrylic on hardboard

Painted for the tv series “King” to decorate the heroine’s groovy digs.
Ceiling Mural, 83 x 52in

Painted with Taras Chornowol for the ceiling of Fetoun, salon de la haute couture in Toronto’s Yorkville.

Wall mural for children’s playroom

Commissioned by Guidelines for one of their model home, this cubbyhole mural depicts the popular children’s rhyme, “Hey Diddle Diddle”.
Rose, acrylic on canvas
32 x 40in

Blooms series, Toronto

Tulip, acrylic on canvas, 42 x 34in

Blooms series, Toronto
Grandmother, acrylic and gold leaf on canvas,
Ukiyo-e series, Toronto