Thunderbird, 2010. Now in the possession of Will Tsui.
Killer Whale, Christmas 2010. Now in the possession of Omar Kazmi.
Two panel planet piece. Acrylic on canvas. Took approx. 20-25 hours to complete. Christmas 2009. Now in the possession of WIll Miles.
DMT impressions. March 2011. Blue egg a gift, painting now in the possession of Keefe Roedersheimer
A gift for a friend's birthday, now in the possession of Ed Berlin. Watercolour, October 2010
Art Deco tree. Christmas 2010. Now in the possession of Andrew Shouldice.
My interpretation of the psychedelic art style. Acrylic, 2009.
Thunderbird II. Christmas 2010. Now in the possession of Jerry Myers
Christmas gift for my sister, one of two prints. Stylized pisces symbol, now in the possession of Veronica Myers. Acrylic on gallery style canvas, December 2009.
Christmas gift for my sister, one of two prints. Stylized gothic cross, now in the possession of Veronica Myers. Acrylic on gallery style canvas, December 2009.
A Christmas ornament based on a signpost designed by my dad to commemorate my parent's epic Alaska highway trip. Fimo clay, acrylic paint and glossy enamel, Dec 2009. Now in the possession of Jerry Myers.
This was the signpost that my christmas ornament (see previous) was based on. Created by my dad, Jerry Myers, posted in the signpost forest in Watson Lake, Yukon.
Some people see water coming out of taps. I see magic coming out of taps. A painting to combine everyday, very real objects and more of a sense of the fun and wonder I feel about the world. Acrylic, 2009. Design input from Andrew Shouldice (http://andrewshouldice.com/ludography/).
Traces and painted dragon print on vase. Created at Clay Cafe, Halifax, NS, 2007.
I <3 making useful things pretty. Painted dragonflies and glued on punched paper and gems. Circa 2006.
Purple Eye. Water colour on watercolour paper, circa 2005/2006. Should be in the possession of Danielle Fong >:0
Sketches for my sister's Christmas paintings, 2009.
Abstract painting of trees. Christmas gift for mom. Now in the possession of Judy Myers. Acrylic, 2008.
I found this microwave cart on the side of the road and decided it was secretly a filing cabinet. Hence, I painted it and added Ikea file folders. Both the painting and the vase are also my own work.