As the voting for the Prior Ski Topsheet Art Contest winds down in Whistler, I humbly present my entry in its entirety. In pen, ink and pixels, my journey from Vancouver to my art studio at Lillooet Lake and beyond – a trip I have been making for over 15 years. Here’s a little list of things to look for: A speed trap; a grow op; a garbage bear; The Hairfarmers; a rail disaster; a political disaster; an ATM; public urination; graduated licensing; the 20cm rule, and an oil spill.
If you’re in Whistler, stop by Millennium Place before October 25th and vote. There are a lot of amazing artworks on display, so don’t feel you have to vote for mine. And don’t forget to enjoy the drive.
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