815 Montreal Winter Rue Bousquet, 6x6, oil

sold-USA
Bousquet is a really charming street at any time of the year but especially in winter. You need a snow shovel for sure if you live here.

814 Montreal Winter, Red Stairs, 8x10, oil

sold-Canada (Quebec)
I'm tempted to call this work "Never on Tuesday" as parking would be impossible. A little drama. But I decided on "Red Stairs" as that would be better strategically for the search engines.  Will see.

810 Montreal Winter Scene, Shovelling, 6x6, oil

sold-USA
Hockey is considered Canada's official sport. But shovelling snow is the activity that gets more hearts pumping across the country than anything else. 

809 Montreal Winter, Young Family, 6x6, oil

sold
I saw this young family trudging through the snow and just had to paint them. Later they will sit down (rosy cheeks) to a warm lunch in a cozy Montreal apartment. 

806 Montreal Skyline with Cardinal

$100
My sister had a place in Hochelaga near La Fontaine. This was the view from her back balcony. The cardinal used to visit regularly. Everywhere you turn in Montreal you will see a church towering over the houses. 

805 Montreal Winter, McGill, 6x8, oil

$60 buy now
Here's another McGill Ghetto Painting. It depicts the start of the Canadian long cold winter evenings when everyone's indoors studying hard for their exams.

803 Montreal The Blue House,8x10,oil

sold-Canada (Ottawa)
I always liked the look of this blue house. It's in the McGill Student Ghetto.

802 Montreal Under Snow, 6x6, Oil

sold-USA (Hawaii)
This is Montreal Est under snow. This charming area used to be called the Molasses quarter because there was a Molasses factory here that employed many in the neighbourhood. There was a time when Montreal had many factories.

800 Point Zero, St Catherine Est

sold
This building stands on its own on St Catherine East, Near UQUAM. Many years ago it stood inconspicuously between other edifices like itself. But now it stands alone on the edge of vacant lots. 

788 Av Du Musee, Montreal Winter Scene,


sold
Here's another little gem. I've always loved the way street lights reflect against objects in the night.