Doug Crook

Originally from Winnipeg, Doug Crook earned a Bachelor of Commerce from University of Manitoba in 1968. Now retired from banking, he paints professionally between his studios in Calgary, Alberta and Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Capturing Canada’s abundantly varied landscapes, Crook uses brightly saturated acrylics and vivid brushstrokes to bring his scenes to life. His extensive subject matter includes wharfs at sunset, cottages nestled among the trees, and historic grain elevators set against theatrical skies. 

Artwork by Doug Crook

Gathering Storm
Gathering Storm36″ x 36″SOLD
Along A Country Road
Along A Country Road10″ x 10″
St. Boniface Cathedral
Truck Stop
Truck Stop12″ x 16″
Prairie Sentinel
Prairie Sentinel12″ x 12″
Cape George Cottage
Cape George Cottage20″ x 20″
Evening on the Patio
Evening on the Patio10″ x 10″SOLD
First Light
First Light8″ x 10″
Forest Pathways
Forest Pathways8″ x 8″
Isle Madame Cottage
Isle Madame Cottage20″ x 20″
Rusting Relics
Rusting Relics20″ x 24″
The Old Barns
The Old Barns8″ x 10″
The Sunset Years
The Sunset Years12″ x 16″
Bringing In The Traps
Bringing In The Traps12″ x 16″SOLD
The Wharf at Sunset
The Wharf at Sunset24″ x 24″
Branching Out
Branching Out20″ x 20″