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Weaselhead Flats at Sunset

While visiting my brother in my hometown of Calgary, we noticed the sky was shaping up for a dramatic sunset. He recommended we go to Weaselhead Flats, on the Elbow River just west of the Glenmore Reservoir. After a short trample along a paths in the brush and long grass, we were greeted with these dramatic clouds in orange and pink, dancing slowly in the big Alberta sky.

The original has sold, but prints are available here:

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Mike Lathrop Artist in Residence at the Delta Hotels Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort for the Months of October and November, 2022

I am pleased to announce that I am the artist in residence at the Delta Hotels Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort here in Victoria, BC for the months of October and November, 2022.

I have been painting, in the lobby of the hotel, and will be most Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until the end of the October. Several paintings and prints will continue to be displayed on the mezzanine until the end of November. The artwork and greeting cards on display and available for purchase from the front desk at any time.

If you are in the neighbourhood, I’d love to see you. Stop by and say hello!

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Sunset on the Water at Clover Point

There were vibrant colours and textures in the sky and water this evening at Clover point. I was there to photograph the sunset, my son came too. My eyes were on the sunset above while his were intent on the crabs, anenomes, and fish in the tidal pools below.

The original 11×14″ acrylic on canvas painting has sold, but links to purchase prints at various sizes can be found here:

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At the Cabin Near Millarville

I was very pleased to have the opportunity to paint this commission for my aunt and uncle. The subject matter is dear to me, this property belonged to my family for a couple of decades. It’s a log cabin in the woods near Millarville, Southwest of Calgary. It was originally built in the 1920s with an addition that was added in the 1950s. For many years, it’s where my extended family celebrated holidays, and some of my fondest memories of my grandparents are there, too. A large part of the inspiration for this work was my grandad’s affection for the shimmering aspen, as he called them, and that particular colour of bright green they’d have in the spring. Their round leaves are darker on one side than the other, and it makes for a sparkling effect when the wind buffets them to and fro.

The original 18×24″ acrylic on canvas painting has sold, but links to purchase prints at various sizes can be found here: