March 2015, four members, Alan Breeze, Jenny Reid, Gail Gregory and Nola McConnan of the Toronto Watercolour Society mounted an exhibit devoted to Air Water and Earth, A-W-E, Some Images. The exhibit hung in the John Ridout Auditorium/Gallery of the S. Walter Stewart Library in East York. The exhibit was listed in the winter edition of Toronto Public Library's Art Gallery What's On guide. Over the course of the 1 month installation the works were viewed by many visitors to the Library.
Both "Their Final Furrow" and "Splash" were purchased from the show. "Splash" reproduced with archival properties, in a private edition of 3.
"6" Tsunami" and "Sister Island" were selected for the Panamania Exhibition in Minden to accompany the Canoe Kayak competitions at the Wild Water Preserve. "Sister Island" was selected to be hung next to Robert Bateman's "Stag" at Visual Arts Mississagua. "6" Tsunami" received an Award of Merit at the Toronto Watercolour Society's Fall 2015 Aquavision.
"January Squall at Woodbine Beach" is now in Ottawa on Parliament Hill in the Office of MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith.
"Stranded Seabird, Rosseau" has returned to its Muskoka home.