a lot of doodling I do is just to get rid of excess or pent up energy or emotions
I specialize in drawing, watercolor.
Common spaces most ppl don’t care for are the best places
I live by the water (Torontos inner harbour) and managed to capture a seagull in mid flight. Did my best in not coloring it , and focused on the ✏️ pencil
Sometimes I think flowers are the most beautiful natural loving things on this planet. You can always count on their beauty no matter what ugly storm is happening in the skies
Most of my work is water themed nowadays , I live on the lake and many of my artworks have been influenced by East Bayfront Waterfront Toronto.
I wanted to take snapshots of my day at the beach so I came up with the idea of doing story boards, little snippets of moments. Felt less pressure for perfection and created an atmosphere still.
This is a very quiet station in Toronto’s Harbourfront. The 510 streetcar can take you to China town with scenic water views on the way, or you can take the 509 to Ontario place or Exhibition Grounds
I love doodling Toronto transit
Toronto the city is fighting to save Heritage buildings from demolition, they are already on a heritage site called The Distillery District. The current premier of Ontario is corrupt and get financial backing from developer friends, to sell off important pieces of Ontario land., without any public consultation. The situation is currently being fought for by the community through estate lawyers.
This is a drawing of the fruit market here at St Lawrence Fruit Market. It happens every weekend, everyone is wearing mask which has become the norm, but one day we won’t have to be masked, and we can see strangers faces again.
I’m starting a pastel series of the flowers in my neighborhood. Here’s the first one. These tulips are located in Toronto on the Esplanade
It's weird to think that crowds in places is not allowed and you can actually get a hefty fine. This still rings true in Toronto. Nowadays you see something like this it's illegal. Hence the name of the drawing titled: The Illegals
I live on Toronto's waterfront, and everyday there seems to be something new to sketch. I'm trying to keep busy with this whole COVID-19 epidemic. I really can't help but to keep sketching, keeps me sane from all the fear going around.
Toronto had almost 3 million people, everyone going in different directions, but where are they going? I want to know, too shy to ask.
Even though I went to art school, I’ve never stopped continuously learning. This sketch was a study on value in sketching. Book was borrowed from a local library.
These old Toronto Streetcars are now out of commission so I captured a sketch of it on Queen Street West
Just thoughts of things I’ve seen on TV and pics I saved on my phone