Canadian Cities screenprint series ($60 CAD ea.) 
In April of 2012 what began as my attempt to get to know Canada’s architectural heritage turned into a four-year and ten-piece obsessively illustrated series of prints showing my adopted home city of Montreal, my old home town of Edmonton, and eight other Canadian cities during specific moments in their history. Montreal on the opening day of Expo ‘67? It’s there. Calgary on the opening day of the ‘88 Olympics? That too. Ottawa on VE day in 1945? Wouldn’t miss it for the world. Each print comprises between 50 and 125 specific landmarks and buildings, as well as a small square in each print that presents its title and historical date. Find the full series arranged below alphabetically, including Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Hamilton, Montreal, Ottawa, Ville de Quebec, Toronto, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. Screenprinted at 24” square with 1.5” margins, signed and editioned on reverse.

Black and white illustration of downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1988.
Black and white illustration of downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1996.
Black and white illustration of downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1967.
Black and white illustration of downtown Québec City, Quebec, Canada in 2008.
Black and white illustration of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1962.



Black and white illustration of downtown Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1983.
Black and white illustration of downtown Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1958.
Black and white illustration of downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1945.
Black and white illustration of downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1976.
Black and white illustration of downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1919.