Many of my paintings are owned by private collectors and companies. In the 1970s I did a series of pen and ink sketches for The Lance community newspaper. I also did illustrations for a book of music composed by my cousin Remi Bouchard.
My interests are primarily in the Manitoba scenery and landscape, and the vanishing buildings that our pioneering forefathers built. These vanishing “prairie sentinels” – grain elevators – that dotted our small communities and held them together are featured in many of my pictures. The rugged landscape of the pre Cambrian shield, the open prairies, and the unpopulated north draw my attention and inspire me to record these uniquely Manitoba wonders.

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