1094 McGill Ghetto Night Walk, 8x10, oil on board

This is on Milton facing McGill. Yesterday's painting of the book shop in on the same street. A romantic walk.

1093 Bookshop on Milton, 8x10, oil on board

This bookshop is called "The Word". It always attracts passersby to checkout the books line up on the windowsill.

1087, Guy Street, Montreal 8x10, oil on board

I don't know why that building on the right looks crooked. In person it's ok. I will take another photo tomorrow.

1085 Crescent Street, 8x10, oil on board

Pardon the glare. I'm seriously considering getting some studio lighting so I can photograph these better.

1084 Tabagie Biere et Vin, Montreal winter scene, 8x10, oil on baord

I always liked this building. It's colourful. And you know it's really warm inside because the icicles are abundant (and the insulation not so good). The cats looking out from the upstairs windows lucky to be indoors.  It's not such a cold day by Montreal standards. The kids are having fun. 

1072 Outremont Park, 8x10 oil on board

I love love love ice skating! It's so much fun. It's like flying! I haven't been in 3 years. Last time I went skating I fell and knocked myself out. Spent Christmas night in the Emergency Ward. I've been too scared to skate since then. I'm starting to feel like hitting the ice again. From now on I'm wearing a helmet!

The Red Hat, Montreal Winter Scene, 8x10 oil on board

sold-Maine Island BC
I redid this painting. I just love the composition. I considered putting snowflakes coming down but it might have been too much splatter. That's where digital painting has its advantages....so easy to undo. This is now one of my favourite paintings. It just sold and I feel a little sad when I sell one of my favourites.

1070 Crescent Street, 8x10, oil on board

Everyone's going out to eat after a day of shopping. Food tastes infinitely better if you've had to climb over snow, drive around and around to find parking, and burned calories shivering in the cold. Brrrr