I will have a few of my newer Winnipeg prints as part of a group exhibition and sale on display at Victoria Beach, Manitoba, another fabulous location and summer destination to visit. The show will be up August 4, 11am - 4pm at the VB Clubhouse.
Monday, July 22, 2019
I would like to invite you to an artist talk and closing reception at the Gallery in the Park in Altona, Manitoba on July 30, at 7:00pm. I will be talking about my motivation to create this body of work and the research that informs my work. My exhibition - along with Terry's exhibition on the upper floor - is up one more week! Please check the gallery website for opening hours. Perhaps you want to check out the Altona Sunflower Festival July 26-28 and stop by the gallery while you are there. The Gallery in the Park is well worth a visit. It's a lovely heritage building with beautiful exhibition spaces surrounded by an outdoor sculpture garden.
Saturday, June 1, 2019
We had such a gorgeous spring evening for our opening at the Gallery in the Park in Altona! There were also two new sculptures unveiled in the park (see Joe Fafard's horse in the background) and I had the opportunity to give an artist talk to a great crowd. Thank you everyone for coming! I was too busy to take pictures of people inside, but here are some shots of the exhibition.
A few shots from the installation of my show at the Gallery in the Park, Altona, MB. The gallery is a lovely old heritage home converted into gallery spaces and a gorgeous outdoor sculpture garden surrounding it. Once again, it took a whole day to instal The Soy Field, but thanks to curator Susie Fisher and Terry Hildebrand for all your help and also the double axis laser level, which made the instal so much easier.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
I have an exhibition coming up at the beautiful Gallery in the Park, Altona, Manitoba. A selection of my body of work "disPOSSESSION" will be on display on the main floor. Terry will also be showing his work in one of the upper exhibition spaces. Please RSVP if you'd like to attend the opening on May 30, at 7:30pm.
Sunday, December 16, 2018
It is that time of year, when I want to thank you for your interest in my work and for reading my blog! This year's card is a small two plate woodcut. I generally prefer linocuts because I find them so much easier to carve, but I love the raw look of woodcuts and the quality of the marks I get. I find the wood carving really frustrating, so I stick to the small scale card format with my wood cuts. I'll share my registration system for a two plate block print in the next little while, once I've documented the process with photographs. For now, I wish you all a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and all the best for the New Year!