Friday, October 21, 2011

Portable Gaming Device

Great for the cottage and when you're on the go. This new portable gaming device is all about taking it slow, patience, and concentration. Those with the greatest focus will excel!

The Raku fired ceramic rocks are piled as high as you can make them without smashing them to bits. Keeping the big rock on the bottom is the safest for the more timid players, but if you are looking for adventure then move that big sucker up near the top. For those able to conquer the beginner level, elevation platforms are included at no extra cost for intermediate and advanced play.

Beautiful white birch case makes this the perfect portable gaming device. Not recommended for use in the car or while driving.



Get yours today as there is only one available! Contact Christopher McLeod.




game direction included


beginner level




intermediate
advanced

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

For those asking about my Commercial Video work here is a sample from a project for Humber College. Double click player to go full screen. Best, Christopher


Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Harvest Picnic pictures

The day was great and I want to thank all the people that contributed work to the "Greed" piece. I have close to 200 pieces to add to the skull. I look forward to seeing all your work flowing out of the Skulls mouth onto the wall and floor when it is installed. Thank you, Christopher McLeod







Sunday, August 21, 2011

Harvest Picnic Festival

Sat. Aug. 27 is the Greenbelt Harvest Picnic at Christie Lake Conservation area and I will be there with a booth not only featuring my "Outdoors" series of mixed media pieces, but I will also be working on a collaborative piece. Please come and together we can explore the notion of GREED. You will have the opportunity to create your own work that will be integrated into the final installation painting.

Check out the website: www.harvestpicnic.ca

Tickets are on sale now and proceeds support the conservation area. It will be a great time. Hope to see you there.  Best, Christopher

Friday, August 12, 2011

Video: Maybe I'm Dead

This video was featured at the Hamilton Film Festival. The video deals with the notion of Mortality. Specifically to one mans sudden encounter with his death, resurrection, and enlightenment. I hope you enjoy it. I am off to Killarney to work on a new video project. Best, Christopher

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Saatchi Gallery

For those looking for the "Outdoors" Mixed Media series, they can be seen at the Saatchi Online Gallery with details on the work. Have a look when you can. The Saatchi Online Gallery has a tremendous number of really talented people. Worth the look if you have never seen it. Best, Christopher

www.saatchionline.com/profiles/portfolio/id/203354



Friday, August 5, 2011

Propeller Show

I am happy to be part of the many talented artist to be shown in this retrospective Exhibit. I hope you have a chance to attend. Check www.propellerctr.com for more info. Best, Christopher

BlogSite

From website to blogsite, welcome to the new christophermcleod.ca

After years of hosting the traditional website I have decided as my work shifts from Photography into more video, mixed media, and illustrations, it is time for a new approach. This will be more personal, up to date, but still contain all the features of the old website including Portfolio's, video, cv, etc.

If you are able to join as a member all the updates will be sent directly to you. I hope you are able to join.

Contact remains the same at mail@christophermcleod.ca and of course the phone also works at 905-730-4008.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Copyright

Copyright. All images video text belong to Christopher McLeod. All use/rights restricted.

If you want to borrow something for personal use, give credit where credit is due.

If you are selling something, please don't steal. Better, contact me. Thanks.

Monday, July 25, 2011

B/W Portfolio. Silver Prints.








 Above are samples from the Artist Portrait Project that was exhibited at the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas Ontario. The series continues to document Artists based in Ontario. All portraits are shot on film in either medium or large format.

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