Artwork - (click on small images for full size views)

These mushrooms have nothing to do with grain elevators but are fine examples of the art Jim Stockwell creates from wood. Jim is the husband of Patti and the owner of Skunk Hollow Bowls, Sechelt, BC, Canada.

Below: Nine paintings of grain elevators by Richard E. Mathews.

A native born Albertan who took his art training at the Alberta College of Art. Well known in his earlier years for his butter sculptures, cartoons, and paintings. During his Navy career he created the comic strip "Salty" and many cartoons for the Naval newspaper Gangway, Dick now retired creates original ceramics at his "Prairie Studio" and other art forms during his winters in Mexico and Arizona. Many of his South West Indian creations are in Private Collections around North America. Showing of his latest works was at his studio in Cornich.

Below: 6 paintings are all of Alberta, Canada.
Okotoks Innisfail
Carstairs Kirkpatrick
Acme Bowden
6 Elevators 6 Envelopes




Below: 3 more paintings

Below: Metal sculpture of wheat stalks in Saskatchewan (Photo courtesy of Terri Bosner)