sunrise on the range, July 8th, the weekend NR was back on stage at the Northern Lights Festival.  seems like a mighty long time ago!


sunrise on the range:  indian summer!  September 16th: heat waving for a very groovy 2 plus weeks!  perfect for the woodland artist alone in the woodlands.


sunrise on the range:  September 21.  still in the heat wave and still alone in the wilds, paint brushes in my hands!


sunset on the range:  September 21.  i heard the thunder to the south and directly behind i had 3 bald eagles: singing and carrying on, doing that eagle air show where they link up with the claws.  what a show!


sweet times at the falls on September 24: at last, safe for swimming and wading.  (just watch out for the salmon going up alive or coming down dead!)


South Bay Mouth on October 18th:  it’s a 15 minute drive through the country to the shoreline.  i had planned on doing some art bridge painting but on this day it was just too windy!  so instead i made the drive to SBM, mid afternoon, to see it for myself.


South Bay Mouth and Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve on October 18th: what an amazing afternoon filled with big sights and sounds!


sunrise on the range, October 21.  i had to stop and stare as a change in scenery was coming up fast!


Ben Chee Chee print and kooky West Coast motif “things”, among others, St. Vincent De Paul store front, Wellington Street, Ottawa, on the evening of October 22:  shirt sleeve mild!


Corner of Somerset and Booth, Ottawa, October 22.  my old city address was just up to the left of the frame, on Booth Street, many moons ago to be sure!  and yet here i am back again, always looking around the same old area, the old part of town.


Blazing west on the 401 near Whitby, Ontario, 5 a.m., October 23.  Daddy’s Taxi, rolling through the day and night!


“Generations”, 30×40 inches, acrylic on canvas, by Anishnabe artist Mark Seabrook.  One of the large paintings created during my trip through Indian Summer on the Range, 2017 edition.


Painting from the Art Bridge, created during Indian Summer, Sept. 2017.  9×12 inches, acrylic on canvas, by Anishnabe artist Mark Seabrook.

and so we might be at a new paint address for the next little while, not sure how long, but it is a scene we have enjoyed in the past.  never painted any pictures here so we’ll see how it goes…