I was super honoured to be invited to participate in this year’s Society of Estonian Artists exhibition in Toronto. Even though my roots are Latvian it’s nice to know that the Baltic diaspora likes to support one another. Of course, it helps that one’s work is appreciated, regardless of ethnicity. For those who don’t know, […]
The Invitational Wood Engravings show at the Davidson Galleries that I am fortunate to be a part of is drawing to a close so be sure to check it out if you’re in the area. Here’s a link to a nice review of the show from the Seattle Times. I have to say that much […]
YAAW stands for Yukon Artists at Work, with an emphasis on the term “work” just so we can be sure that making art isn’t simply the happy consequence of too much free time. Informed people know that a serious art practice involves lots of work, therefore it’s good to have that reflected in the title […]
Shortly after his move to Dawson, my dad and I were invited to exhibit some of our work together at the Dawson City Museum during the Yukon Riverside Arts Festival in August, 2008. Despite the rain quite a few curious folk turned up. Ilgvars kept everyone amused with his witty anecdotes. Dad displayed some of […]
Another image that I’m thinking of framing up for the DCAS member’s show. This is a fractal which I manipulated into looking how it does. Originally printed out to about 3 feet wide I am submitting a smaller version – 15 x 20 inches. Get more info about this image here.
Here’s one of three I will be entering into the Dawson City Art Society member’s show which opens the beginning of February – I’ll get the exact date. This one is titled Specious Growth and measures 14 by 18 inches. Can you figure out what it is? Now I have to mat and frame this […]