Topic: Gallery News


Museum London has chosen 6 of my images. Three will be 13″ x 19″ archival limited edition photographic prints matted and framed. The other three will be printed on canvas 24″ x 32″. The start of a good creative relationship.


I am currently working with Museum London and will have some of my work included in their Art Rental and Sales Department. Stay tuned to see future developments with this fine institution.


Gallery ’76′ is now finished. Worked with friends to decorate their rental property with my artwork. It is a show place to display my art with showings in the future. A special home with great walls and light. The images on canvas are a great new direction.

POPPY PRINTS Decorate Front Foyer of Cedarcroft

Arlene Best, of ArWorks, designer and decorator chose these four poppy prints to be enlarged and hung on the walls of the front foyer of Cedarcroft Retirement Residence. They are from the body of my work that explores and celebrates this magnificent flower. 







First World War Art Exhibit

To mark the 90th Anniversary of the end of WW1

As part of Gallery 96′s show ‘Manipulate This’ I created this wall of work to mark the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War; ‘Catch The Torch’. Included is a piece honoring my grandfather, James White McLellan, a soldier in the great war; August, 1914 to May, 1919; C Company, 6th Battalion, The King’s Own Border Regiment. He wrote: “Only that life is rich, that is kind.” He served at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, the Battle of the Somme, Vimy Ridge and Passchendaele. In 1939 when World War Two was declared, he threw all his medals in the sea. It was supposed to be “the war to end all war”.

Gallery Stratford Lawson Killer Juried Exhibit

One of my digital collage prints to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War has been chosen to be included in this exhibit. ‘Current Poppy’ is the one that was chosen. Also, my son,  Alex had a sculpture chosen for the exhibit, his untitled metal arm.

Featured in ’08: Catch The Torch Exhibit

Featured in 2008 CATCH THE TORCH a multi-media exhibit to mark the 90th anniversary of the end of The First World War 1914-1918.

Planned exhibit includes images and photographs, installation and performance art.

If you are interested in being a funding partner to support this timely project please contact MAYAFAIR.CA