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The Delicious Collection:

Click here to see the full gallery of food paintings, my latest body of work entered around the theme of cravings, textures found in a variety of foods, and images that make your mouth water. 

“Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.” ~John Lubbock (1834-1913)



My name is Sam, and I'm a Canadian contemporary impressionistic painter.

I live in Northern Alberta, Canada, on our small acreage for most of the year, and winter away with my family to warm climates-usually to our second home-Mexico. 

Everyday I am struck by the beauty of nature, how it grounds us and constantly puts everything into perspective.

My work usually focuses on elements found in nature:

a moody sky, a budding flower, an animals' expression, the reflections on water, the decay and cracks in bone, the glow from a candle's flame.

A single lifetime isn't enough time for me to study and inspect even a small fraction of the incredible places, objects and feelings that we can find by simply going outside and being present. 

 Each piece I make is a study where I get to dissect and examine every part of the picture; I wouldn't wish to be doing anything else.

award winning

Multiple art awards, magazine features, and artwork being showcased in a variety of locations and galleries.

top Quality Supplies

All paint, canvas, brushes and topcoat sealants and protectants are of the highest quality to keep your art beautiful for longer.

formal art education

Undergraduate degree from the University of Lethrbidge and numerous courses and seminars afterwards.


Years of experience consulting with clients to achieve their artistic visions and accurately creating a piece of art all parties can be excited about.

Follow my painting journey on instagram! 


To see my latest works, as well as some favourite original and commissioned paintings, please check out more here.

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