Posts in drawing from observation
My new love affair with Lichens, Lobaria Pulmanaria

Although our new island home is only a short two-hour ferry ride from Vancouver, the composition of the forests are very different. The climate in the summer is drier allowing Arbutus, Garry oak trees, and Douglas fir trees to thrive. Earlier this winter, exploring a new trail we noticed this luminous broadleaf scattered beneath the trees.

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Second Growth

If you come across the sea to Salt Spring before October 1st. I welcome you to visit an exhibition of furniture, painting and drawings by Peter Pierobon and me. It is taking place at the Duthie Galley, a stone's throw from the town of Ganges. We have recently moved to Salt Spring and are excited to have this opportunity, thank you, Celia and Nicholas.  Please scroll down to view a few included pieces.

Many thanks, Sibéal

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Retirement, Redirection and Rejuvenation.... O Joyous Spring!

After 28 years of teaching Painting, Drawing and Senior Studio, I am retiring. I finished teaching my last classes on April 4th. and officially retiring from Kwantlen Polytechnic University on August 30th. It has all gone by in a flash, giving me great memories of countless students who taught me about cultural diversity and how at heart, as humans, we are all the same.

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Paper Wasp's Nest and other Stories

Waking up early one spring morning a few years back, I stared up at the ceiling above our bed and watched a few bees working and as they worked, a tiny grey form appeared. It finally dawned on me that they were building a nest... right above our heads... right above the bed!

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