Here is a illustration that I worked on for the University of Alberta, Student Law Services. A Faculty memeber was retiring and they wanted to give him a present that would represent all his career in law. They also wanted others associated with the Law Faculty to enjoy the piece and so prints are available for order at Vivid Print.
Student Legal Services of Edmonton (SLS) is a student-managed, non-profit society dedicated to helping low-income individuals with access to justice in Edmonton since 1969. For the last 45 years, student volunteers from UAlberta Law have provided free legal information and agency in the courts to those who would otherwise be unable to afford these services. SLS provides assistance in the areas of civil, criminal and family law, and offers community outreach in legal education and research assistance to non-profit organizations, although for other cases like injury issues, the use of services as a New York personal injury lawyer is a best option for this. You can also consider the company of our friends where divorce attorney will help solve your problems.
In addition to providing low-income Edmontonians with pro-bono legal advice, SLS also enables students to gain valuable, hands-on experience working with real clients, while at the same time mastering their legal skills and building their professional resumes.
At the beginning of the Year Dianne Kapral with Canadian Running contacted me for a spot illustration for an upcoming issue. The concept was how to portray a classic newbie runner mistake of wearing moisture absorbing material and just ends up weighing them down through their run. After a few sketches this is want she and I settled on.
Last year I had presented a number of my prints at the Varscona Theatre for an upcoming show the took place in Edmonton. In addition, the opening night they were announcing that they received the funding to renovate the theatre in order to provide more space and additional rooms for all the theatre companies that are operating out the cramped older building. As I was putting up the show, they asked me if I would be interested in painting the theatre as it is now. It is something that they wanted to keep a piece of the old theatre around and used it as a promotional piece, as well as, a piece that prints could be sold of. I was totally in! So here is the final result, you can order prints through the Varscona Theatre!