Hamilton has so much amazing architecture, much of it, sadly, in a state of disrepair and waiting for the wrecking ball. This old building has had plywood applied to all of the windows and painted a "matching" brick colour.
Early spring on a rainy day in Jamesville. I was going to refrain from too much commentary, but obviously this is impossible for me. I have decided to put down my small round brushes for awhile, in favour of larger flat brushes.
12.5 x 21 Oil on Panel Hamilton is still quite an industrial city, with two major steel mills on the Bay. Often when it rains, the air is cleared of pollution and leaves an amazing luminous quality to the light. This scene is from Macassa Bay Yacht Club.
8" x 10" Oil on Canvas The massive size of this oak tree isn't obvious until standing close by. This wonderful tree has stood across from District school for many years, and has provided shade for students during track and field events or a quick escape from phys ed or school.
Click here to go to the auction page 8" x 10" Oil on Canvas This Freight Train emerges from the corner, below the peak, just east of the site of the former Dundas Train Station that burned sometime in the 80's.