I am so happy to announce I have been awarded an Emerging Artist Grant from the Ontario Arts Council. A huge thanks to all my peers, supporters and fellow award recipients.
I am very pleased to announce that I am a successful applicant of the Ontario Arts Council Northern Arts Grant. A big thank you to the OAC for all of their support to not only myself but all Northern Arts and Artists. A big congrats to all my fellow Northern Arts Grant recipients.
Varied in media and approach, the works in this exhibition reflect changes in our experiences with nature, home, education, gender, and biotechnology. Works include drawings combined with projection, screenprints that utilize design conventions of past futurist movements to present visions of a possible present, obstinately hand-made paintings with hand-stitched elements, and an interactive computer program where the viewer can create a human of their own design.
I have had the pleasure of being asked to participate in this upcoming exhibition. My piece 'Home-grown' speaks to global defence on laboratory grown, genetically modified foods as a current everyday reality. The future only promises a Corporation driven food market endorsing the 'growth' of food as a commercial multi-billion dollar for-profit business grounded in the control and governance of all human existence. Home-grown comments on the future necessity of small self-sustaining food production as a mandatory practice of human survival.
Andrew Ackerman, Christine Charette, Marcus Fessler, Brianna Hachez-Lagacé, Jaymie Lathem, Sarah Marinelli, Laura Peturson, Alex Landon Richardson, Heather Saunders and Imogen Wilson.
I am happy to announce my exhibition opening 'Vernissage' at the Musee de la Gare in Temiscaming, Quebec along side fellow artist Maire-Pierre Lortie.
I will be showing new drawings on mylar along with some 3 dimensional drawings on small houses that have never exhibited before.
Come hang out with me opening night on Thursday June 30 from 5pm-7pm. Musee de la Gare 15 Humphrey Street, Temiscaming, Quebec.
Exhibition will be up until the end of August.
I am very pleased too announce that I am a successful recipient of a Northern Arts Grant to work on a new series of drawings. A big thank you to the Ontario Arts Council.
Congrats to all the other successful recipients as well.
I am thrilled to announce that two of my new works were accepted into the 17th Annual Juried Drawing Show at the John B. Aird Gallery in Toronto.
Exhibition dates: February 9 to March 4, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday February 11th, 6 to 8 p.m.
Jurors: Erika Annie Iserhoff + Kelly McCray;
Artists: Agnieszka Foltyn, Alex Murphy, Angelika Aitken, Anne Cavanagh, Brad McDermott, Chantal-Andrée Samson, Connie van Rijn, Daphne Gerou, Diane Royce, Elaine Carr, Elizabeth Bailey, Elizabeth Little, Eunice Sim, Evelyn Rapin, Hew Elcock, Jack Joel, Janny Fraser, Jaymie Lathem, Jeanette Luchese, Jordan Clayton, Kaitlin Mason, Lauren Satok, Linda Chen, Lindy Fyfe, Lois Schklar, Marian Wihak, Marnie White, Maureen Paxton, Nancy Oakes, Penelope Stewart, Rayne Tunley, Robert Achtemichuk, Ruth Greenlaw, Salimi Nilou, Sandra Haar, Shannon Brochu, Sharon Moon, Sue Lloyd, Susan Avishai, Thomas Hendry and Toni Hamel
The North Now: 2014 Northern Ontario Juried Exhibition has been so well received The Thunder Bay Art Gallery has decided to extend the show until Sunday January18th.
Thank you to everyone who has made it out to this amazing exhibition.
I am delighted to showcase one of my newest works Rheum Rhabarbarum from my Posionous Perceptions series, in The North Now: 2014 Northern Ontario Juried Exhibition at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. Exhibitin opens October 24th.