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Five Paintings

Earlier in the year I set a goal of completing five paintings by the end of summer. The project is done. The work varies from studies of historic photos in three cases, to a couple of images I composed from … Continue reading

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[W.I.P.] Paintings 03.22.17

  I’ve got some projects on the go right now that I’m pretty excited about and I wanted to post some pictures of.*  These are 3 that are in various stages of development. They’re acrylic paint on 16×20″, 1/8″ panel … Continue reading

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Joe Schmidt, Part III.

Read Part I, II. In late 1941 Joe Schmidt, just recently an esteemed resident of Cold Lake, Alberta, was hand picked by the Nazi’s to be a saboteur as part of Operation Pastorius, the Nazi attack on America. He was considered … Continue reading

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Joe Schmidt, Part II

Read Part I Joe Schmidt was born in Cologne, Germany in 1911. He had left in the mid 1920’s to come to Alberta where he found work on farms, eventually obtaining a homestead near Cold Lake in 1933. He was … Continue reading

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Joe Schmidt, Part I.

March 23, 1984. Three articles in the Friday edition of the Edmonton Journal. ‘Cold Lake’s lone-wolf served on Hitlers terror squad;’ ‘Cold Lake’s ‘Nazi Spy’ was just plain Joe;’ and  ‘Schmidt a star pupil in Hitlers school for saboteurs.  Fast … Continue reading

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