Howe Sound Moonscape
Howe Sound is an entirely different environment at night. It’s far from pitch black: it’s alive with colour, shapes, stars, planets and reflections. Everything transcends the day.
Howe Sound Spirits
Watercolour and Pastel
After camping overnight at Plumper Cove on Keats Island, I kayaked to Pasley Island to enjoy the view of Bowen Island. Oyster Catchers foraged on the intertidal and I watched as they cleverly opened the shells of bivalves.
Killarney Lake Water Lilies
This image reminds me of Monet’s Water Lily paintings. He thought the lilies represent the bridge between the water and the sky. Very calming.
Cape Roger Curtis
Cape Roger Curtis has so many moods; sometimes calm, sometimes furious. I go there almost every day, just like visiting an old, but temperamental friend.
Images of several Spinnaker sailboats, from imagination.
Cape Roger Curtis with Seagull
Seagulls have the ability to sense storms and danger, and swiftly remove themselves from harm’s way. This is symbolic of Cape Roger Curtis’ dilemma as our community grapples with its future.
The Four Seasons
Snug Cove Sunrise
She was engaged as a primary project manager for the remediation of mercury in the Squamish River/Howe Sound estuary. She specializes in Contaminated Sites Investigation & Remediation in B.C.
Laura’s artwork supports the Howe Sound Biosphere Initiative Society. Howe Sound is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.