A discovery of self and faith through the struggles to understand our own existence.
Archives for December 2014
Not everyone gets to see their boss rappel down a downtown high-rise. But, that’s exactly what the team at Calgary’s Strategic Group, one of the city’s largest commercial property owners and developers, was able to do in July.
We are the descendants of an endless line of anonymous ancestors, from human to animal to fundamentally, the dust of deceased stars. The largest stars end their time through a fiery cataclysm called a supernova.
An African safari is a bucket list item. Something we all want to do, but somehow life & everyday expenses prevent it from becoming a reality. 50 or 60 years ago a traditional safari was a privileged trip for the super-rich looking for adventure while maintaining all the luxuries of home.
I’ve been enamored with National Geographic magazines every since I can remember. I would flip through the pages, fascinated by the beautiful pictures of strangers from all across the globe. The intimate portrait photos were especially powerful to me and I now carry the human form and portraiture throughout most of my work. This series demonstrates my interest […]
It was a Canine Christmas night “Out on the Town”. Ten dogs invited their human parents to join them at the Doggie Pot Luck Christmas party being held at Raymond’s and Blenda’s Dog House.
People dump on each other, or jump on each other in small ways, and over time it builds up. If those builds up go unexamined, and uncared for, violent outbursts can be the result. At an extreme level, people rape, torture, blow up things, and kill each other.
Explorers Club director, Dale Dunlop, narrates a fascinating video which gives us a bird’s eye view of the island and insight into its secrets.
“Make a list for St. Nicholas,” mother says. I write: fairy tale book and dark blue ski pants.
Peter paints simple houses to represent people. The houses have small windows as eyes and without doors to signify people’s need for privacy. Two houses are characterized as lovers with big and smaller houses as families.