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  • Alderwood Middle School, “Make Your Mark”, Progress

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    “Make Your Mark” is an ongoing project with Alderwood Middle School in Lynnwood, Washington. This colourful public mosaic art piece will be composed of roughly 15,000 wooden tiles, many thousands of which have been decorated by students and staff with archival quality pens. These blocks will be rearranged by the artist to form a map […]

  • Exhibition Annoucements

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    Just a quick update to let everyone know about where my pieces are currently on exhibit. “Annunciation” is being shown at the Chazhou Gallery in Kamloops in the show “Winter Salon 2013”.  For more information on this piece, click below.   “Hokusai’s Wave” will be hanging in the Kelowna Art Gallery’s Member Exhibition Past to […]

  • Mikisew First Nations Spirit Eagle Canopy Awarded

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    I am pleased to announce that I have been awarded the contract to create and install a  canopy over the entrance to the Mikisew Elder Care centre in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta. This piece will be almost 25 feet wide and 16 feet high.  My design is a translucent onyx mosaic canopy with 15,000 individual tiles […]

  • First Piece Using Real World Pixel Technique

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    This was the very first mosaic I created using my real world pixel technique. It represents the famous self-portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci as an old man.. Comprised of 576 colored wooden blocks, many hours were spent sanding down the pieces to expose the lighter wood below. This is  most noticeable in the eyes and […]

  • Face of an Angel

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    Face of an Angel (Virgin in the Rocks) Bill Frymire 2007 Based on Leonardo Da Vinci’s “La Scapigliata”, this piece was coaxed out of the rocks using 1296 natural slate and travertine one inch stone tiles. Other than Da Vinci, I was partially inspired by Salvidor Dali’s Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea. Original sold. Also available […]