Series Circa 1960's, early 1970's
series represents the largest number of paintings of any series.
Donald felt free to explore many of his different ideas, unrestricted.
Many paintings, such as "Fractured Atom" and "Abstract
93" reflect on his Scientific way of thinking. Others,
such as "Flamoidea", and "Forest Fire at Night" have a destructive,
fire theme. "Spirit of A-Frame" features geometric shapes,
straight lines and shading, while others are probably abstractions
of plants and flowers. Most are not dated, but some that are
numbered later in the series are dated 1973-75, leading us
to believe that the majority were painted in the 1960's and
rush. Spend the time and browse through each series in the
collection. Each oil painting is a piece of Canadian
History to be enjoyed by all.