Monday, August 1, 2022

2026, Fire and Rain art project logo 

May 3, 2016 Noon, Anam Kazim, a Calgary NDP MLA, who won her riding in 2015 by six votes was the first politician to receive my gift of art. A practice painting on Alberta wildfires and floods from my 2016 Fire and Rain art project. This was my 4th painting since January. Photo taken by a Wildrose MLA. 
May 3, 2016 5PM, I painted "Fort McMurray The Beast" for my 2016 Fire and Rain art project. This art project was originally inspired by the Globe and Mail news story that ran August 26, 2015 'Alberta Air Quality Worse than Beijing and New Delhi' My social art work continues to address the topic climate change and the effects it has on the planet with wildfires and flooding. 
Quick Drawn from the public, not empty press gallery, Jason Kenney's first bill 1 Passed.

Wednesday, September 2, 2020


2016 Fire and Rain art collection
Alberta wildfires and flooding

Wildfire - January 2016, next to Edmonton City Hall's ice rink

Three Trees by the Premiers Office - March 1, 2016
First Day Painting after art ban lifted 
Wood Buffalo Wildfire - Alberta Legislature Art Show and Tell
Fort McMurray - The Beast, 5 PM May 3, 2016
Fort McMurray Surreal - Doors, Jack Bush has anxiety attack
Photo: Honeymoon in Jasper National Park
Jasper Park, excelsior creek wildfire aftermath 

NBC Reporting on the Alberta's Wildfires 
The Great Escape - Fort McMurray Wildfire

Queen Elizabeth Park wildfire 6 weeks later
El-Nino , La-Nina 2016
North Saskatchewan River Rising - Edmonton Queen
(Re-Painted Over)

Fire and Rain Outdoor Old Strathcona Art Show and Tell
Six Painted White Roses I Gave to Friends and Foes
3 paintings of pink and red roses were added and given away
Alberta Legislature Art Show and Tell with 6 white rose
 #AbLeg Former Forestry and Agriculture Minister Oneil Carlier
Supported my first day picketing for freedom of expression 

Alberta Legislature Fire Hydrant
Outdoor Alberta Legislature art show and tell
Fire and Rain - Circles and Squares
I am a man, on guard for thee

On Guard For Thee 

Water and Oil is Life Non Violence, 
November 2016. The (Hon) Jason Kenney
Painted on location while following an anti pipeline protest,
 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

The Crumpling Umbrella