Painting, Landscape, Watercolour
Last century Cam graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Arts (with Distinction), majoring in Visual Arts. He subsequently studied Landscape Architecture at the University of Guelph and Kyoto University, Japan. Cam recently retired after practicing Landscape Architecture for over 35 years.
Cam had the good fortune to attend Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus for many years prior to its closure and demolition by the University of Saskatchewan. There he was able to paint in the forest, surrounded by nature. He says, “I was drawn to trees as they represent the diversity of nature.”
In recent years Cam has been painting in various places throughout the world. These “postcards” or vignettes attempt to convey the essence or spirit of the place.