Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
1924 Maligne Lake - 2014
Acrylic, unframed 16 x 20 inch  $500
Irene Parby Park -2015
Oil & Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch  $250
Jasper's Train Yard -2015
Oil & Acrylic 16 x 20 inch unframed $300
Big Tree Legislature Grounds - 2014 
unframed Acrylic 16 x 20 inch $300
Mountain above Maligne Lake, Solstice #2 -2015
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch $300
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Edmonton River Valley Bike Trail - 2014
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch  $300
Louise McKinney Riverfront Park -2014
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch $300
 Maligne Lake - 2014
 Oil, framed 16 x 20 inch  $600
Larry's Bay  Maligne Lake -2014 
Oil unframed 16 x 20 inch $500
Edmonton River Valley - 2014 
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch $300
Millcreek Ravine - 2013
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch $300
Mountain above Maligne Lake, Solstice #3 -2015
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch $300
1924 Maligne Lake 2014 : It was in 1924, when members of Canada’s Group of Seven had expanded their subject matter of painting to include western Canada. That year, Lawren S. Harris, a founder and key spokesperson for the Group, and fellow Group member A.Y. Jackson traveled out to Jasper National Park.​ In the early spring of 2014, 90 years later I spent my evenings sketch studying Lawren Harris and A.Y.Jackson from inside the Art Gallery of Alberta where thier works were on display. Later that year I set out with my backpack, canvas and oils in late spring and early fall to paint from the same area of Maligne Lake as my mentors did 90 years ago. 
Jasper National Park holding my newly painted 1924 Maligne Lake
"Art must take to the road and risk all for the glory of adventure" Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven
Participation: The acrylic "Community (Flower) Bed" was painted on location inside the Alberta Legislature grounds fall 2015. While painting I invited several guests to add paint to the bed of flowers and leaves. It was just as exciting for me to watch them paint as it was for my guests to participate. 
Oil and Acrylic Paintings for Sale 
1924 Maligne Lake 2014
Available for Commissioned Work
Valleyview Alberta - 2015
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch was $300

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Painted On Location
Mountain above Maligne Lake, Solstice #1 - 2015
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch  - $300
South Shore, Nellie McClung Park- 2014
Acrylic unframed 16 x 20 inch $300
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
Abstract:  Ground Zero - 2014
Acrylic  unframed 16x20 inch $150
Painting Joe by the Valley -2015
Acrylic  unframed 16x20 inch   $400
Journeyman Newspaper Printer For Hire PT 
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E-Mail richardwtc@gmail.com
Night Visions - 2015
Oil, unframed 22 x 30 inch $400
9 Afghan Boys Gathering Firewood - 2000-2015
Oil  unframed 30 x 36 inch - $900
Water, we have an obligation to our children
Donated by the artist to help raise funds for United Way, on behalf of the Alberta Public Employees of the Alberta tresuary board and finance. The painting now hangs in a home in Leduc, Alberta

The Poet & Judge, We First Nations, Métis and Inuit
This 2015 oil painting, Unframed 28 x 22 was inspired from a YouTube I published after the closing the TRC Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Alberta National Event. ​Unframed $1000 See More
Painted On Location
Painted On Location
1953 Prarie Urban Scene with two Boxcars  
2015, Acrylic  unframed 9x12 inch $150
House by 95 105 St NW Edmonton - 2015
Acrylic  unframed 9x12 inch $150
Painted On Location
Trudeau Portrait- 2015
Acrylic  unframed 16x20 inch $400
YouTube Produced by Doug Brinkman
Outdoor Art Show and Tell and on Location Painting in Edmonton's River Valley
Citizen Free News
Doug Brinkman Artist, Active Citizen                 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada                     Phone 780.424.1538                   E-mail richardwtc@gmail.com  
On the front plaza of City Hall, Doug Brinkman 
paints humanity. Vinesh Pratap Global News
Meditative, Inspiring YouTube. The painting of "Larry's Bay" on Maligne Lake Jasper National Park, 2014, 
Artist, Active Citizen Doug Brinkman - Age 61
I first expressed my creativity as a young child drawing on my parent's basement walls and inside the blank pages of my grandfather's leather bound encyclopaedia collection. My parents put a stop to that and began to supply my creative needs with a steady stream of paper and pencils to draw with.  In high school I took courses in commercial art and printing. I also learned how to develop photos and produce small video features while during my lunch hour I would sell my "Out To Lunch" high school newspaper for 5 cents a copy as the high school newspaper editor. As an artist I was very inspired by Canada's group of 7 and in my teens and early twenties I would spend many Saturdays inside the McMichael Canadian Art Collection
I came to Edmonton, Alberta from Scarborough, Ontario in 1980 to continue my career as a graphic arts craftsman (newspaper printer), first for the Edmonton Sun and finally with the Edmonton Journal. I was involved with community theatre painting sets and volunteered as public relations director for Walterdale Playhouse Theatre. In 2007 I began producing YouTube news stories first as a civil information activist now known as Citizen Free News or Citizen Free News Sharing. I continue to produce You Tubes as a commitment to my subscribers and my community. Some of my other achievements include a pilot’s licence and completing the  West Coast Trail in my 40s 3 times.  Thanks for dropping by - Enjoy my website!
Set Painting Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee - YouTube
People Have A Voice, They Will Be Heard!
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My 2016 paint project focuses on the wildfires that has increasingly charred Alberta’s and Canada’s woodlands each year because of global warming. As a video news activist in past I have captured the images from the news stories I produced on YouTube and transferred those images onto the canvases with oil paints and acrylics. This year I plan to focus my camera on the environment, specifically on the destructive nature that global warming is having on forests here in Alberta. I will document my experiences on YouTube and produce a series of paintings for public outdoor shows later this year on the Alberta Legislature grounds and other public places in around Edmonton. The $1500 I need to raise will help me pay for travel costs, accommodation to the locations I need to travel to paint. Funds will help me cover the costs of canvases, paints and also to help advertise and promote this paint project when my outdoor exhibitions begins over the summer. Last year as a full time artist I made $950 in sales so this is why I'm asking for your help today in funding my 2016 paint project “Fire &Rain.” Help me make my paint project a reality for me and for others to contemplate, appreciate and share its story.  
Thank you, Doug Brinkman
July 4, 2015 The Big E – As of Saturday afternoon, there were 121 wildfires burning in Alberta, making for “very high” air quality health risks in parts of the province. Global News
January 10, 2016 Hog Town – Parks Canada firefighting funds almost gone after 2015’s 122 wildfires Climate scientists have predicted that busier fire seasons in the coming years will be one of the impacts of global warming following a record number in 2015. Toronto Star
August 26, 2015 Cowtown: Calgary air quality worse than Shanghai due to wildfire smoke. CTV News
2016 Paint Project "Fire and Rain"
We Rise by Lifting Others DAILEYGEM - Real People. Our City

Photo by Paula Kirman
$1500  2016 Paint Project "Fire and Rain" - YouTube

I adore the Rockey Mountains and this painting connected to my heart. It inspires me and brings me peace when I connect to it.  Blessings Charmaine


Painted on location May 2014 on Maligne Lake 
inside Jasper National Park - YouTube
The Poet & Judge, We First Nations, Métis and Inuit 
This 2015 oil painting, Unframed 28 x 22 was inspired from a YouTube I published after the closing the TRC Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Alberta National Event. This painting will go as a gift to the first person to make a $1000 donation towards my new 2016 paint project
Gift Offer to the first person to donate $1000 
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Fire on a sloping hill
Fire on the slop - 8" x 10" Acrylic on streached canvas, painted outdoors in zero temperatures next to City Hall's skating rink Sunday January 24, 2016. YouTube

Gift Offer to the first person to donate $500 
Citizen Free News
Citizen Free News
42 year graphic arts craftsman (newspaper printing) - YouTube
Front Page
Edmonton Sun 
The Portrait Painting of Justin Trudeau 
Inspired from one of my Citizen Free News YouTubes. 
1924 Maligne Lake 2014
Visual/Sound/Paint Project
Pop Dazzled by Everyday - Not All Treated Equal
Make Noise - Free Speech
Three paintings that were displayed 19 times from November 10 - December 22, 2015 at various downtown locations. The theme of this outdoor art show was to highlight and reflect upon expression of free of speech made by those who employ loud speakers, bull-horns and shouting on the streets of Edmonton. This outdoor art show was inspired by the City of Edmonton's intensions of passing noise bylaws similar to Calgarys that would require participants who employ noise to express free speech would need to apply for permits or risk fines. 
This YouTube was produced from excerpts taken during " Pop Dazzled by Everyday - Not All Treated Equal" outdoor art shows and from Doug Brinkman's Citizen Free News. The complete series of 9 YouTubes can be viewed  from the  YouTube Playlist 
The Alberta Legislature has joined the City of Edmonton putting a stop to my outdoor art shows. Since spring of 2015 into 2016 I staged just under 100 outdoor art shows and painting demonstrations. The City now requires me to pay for a food truck vendor’s permit and obtain liability insurance first before I continue my shows while the Province does not want me painting on the Legislature grounds at all because they are worried of being sued if someone is injured. I plan to continue painting outdoors.
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Free Speech - Make Noise
Creative Encounters
Fire and Rain
Winter Walk Day 2016 Edmonton - Shape Alberta  YouTube
New Walterdale Bridge gets it's MOvember on YouTube
     Take nothing but pictures.    Leave nothing but footprints.  Kill nothing but time.     
2016 Paint Project on Wildfires