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David McEown’s new website.

Please visit David’s  current  website in which hosts recent blog posts from painting adventures to  Antarctica and beyond. It has replaced this older  wordpress blog site that will be deleted soon. Thanks!

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Arctic 2016, New Blog and Website.

Thank you for your interest  and subscribing to this word press blog featuring  the watercolours  and journeys of David McEown. We have moved to a new web  site and blog page which now has archives of the previous posts from … Continue reading

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New Website, Upcoming Antarctic Travels

I am pleased to announce  that my  new website is now online! It features painting portfolios,  workshop /events listings , video and a news- blog page that will soon mirror  this blog. Many new works will be uploaded to … Continue reading

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Hollyhock Watercolour Workshop

It was a real pleasure to provide a watercolour workshop at  Hollyhock , “Canada’s lifelong learning centre”, on Cortes Island , BC, a few weeks ago and paint with a fine group of artists. The contemplative ambiance, facility , lodging … Continue reading

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Commander Frank Wild Returns to South Georgia

It was a privilege to witness the return of the great polar explorer, Commander Frank Wild, back to South Georgia. It was Frank Wild’s wife’s wish to have him buried in South Georgia and it was fitting to have his … Continue reading

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Pacific Spirit Regional Park

The Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which adjoins my backyard in Vancouver, provides countless inspiration for new paintings.  In October, the Big Leaf Maples of this forest decorate the hemlock and sweet fir moss-draped understory.

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