Born in New Brunswick in 1951.
With over thirty years of refinement, his acrylic on paper and canvas paintings have a content of philosophical, social, historical and metaphysical observations as subject matter. In rendering a stilled moment in time, he portrays life in its essential moments of clarity (Reductionism) while working on a restricted surface space (Miniaturism). Collected museums and galleries across Canada, they also inhabit public, corporate and private collections throughout the US., France, England, Norway and Russia.
“To be a Bird on High” depicts a historical battle scene between the French and the British, from the vantage point of a "Bird on High"! The subject painting has been exhibited in prestigious Museums Internationally and has the museum exhibition stamps on the back.