Deryk Houston

Artist in Victoria, BC. Canada

The National Film Board of Canada: Featured Deryk Houston in the documentary, “From Baghdad to Peace Country”

His work is in the permanent collection of the Canadian war Museum in Ottawa. (On the recommendation of the National Gallery of Canada)

He represented the city of Vancouver, BC., in a solo exhibition of his work in the former Soviet Union.



Deryk at Ogden Point, Victoria, BC. (photo by Elizabeth)

Woodwynn Peace Garden at Woodwynn Farms, a therapeutic community for the homeless. The Peace Garden includes a labyrinth with herbs, fruits and vegetables incorporated.

I am currently featured at Art Works Gallery in Vancouver BC Canada.
And the Greater Victoria Art Gallery rental program.

Yeah Yeah Yeah


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Title: Yeah Yeah Yeah
Medium:acrylic on canvas

Story: This painting also references Eleanor Rigby and some of the early
songs by the Beatles as they burst onto the music scene. It’s
interesting to also think of the lonely people who might have wandered
the streets at that time, after losing friends and loved ones after
World War Two.
I had not reached ten years old yet  at the time, but I still remember
my dear old dad cursing the Beatles and their music. He said …..”All
they do is sing….. Yeah Yeah Yeah, over and over again….that is not
music!”   Ha Ha. We loved it!

3 minute video “Changing our world one corner at a time”

Lyrics for “She Loves You”:

Youtubes of the song:

Released 1963 in the UK:

Remastered live performance – also looks like about 1963

Scene from “Hard Day’s Night” with song and screaming fans.

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