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Rock hound or gearhead?

I have never really thought of myself as a rock hound or a gear head.  I like to work with my hands and I can see what might be. 118 more words


Under An Arctic Sky

I finally watched this documentary, by Chris Burkard. It had been calling me for awhile, but I didn’t take the initiative to watch it until someone else had, and they suggested I check it out. 227 more words

Canadian Art

"Mexico: Discover the Enchantment"

“Mexico: Discover the Enchantment” (San Miguel de Allende) by Morrie Rohrlick, 18″ x 24″, acrylics and collage (photos) on paper (#316)

For more information on Morrie Rohrlick and his art, visit… 8 more words

Half done bear

So many people have asked when I have been at shows and gallery events;  but what does the stone look like before you lacquer and sand it… 178 more words

Soapstone Sculpture

Painting Progress!

Today was a glorious day. I woke up before the sun, with a crescent moon in view. Spend the morning with the windows open: cleaning, purging and organizing house. 161 more words

Canadian Art

Simple & Effective

These watercolour landscapes are simple in their design, but I think they are also dramatic. The orange tones of the australian landscape against a blue sky; the blues and purples of the Rocky Mountains of Canada in the early morning mist. 9 more words


Freedom to create

There is something about making something you really love out of raw materials.  A carpenter, a chef any number of people feel the same as I do as a stone artist. 109 more words