Erosion is currently up at the World Trade Centre in downtown Edmonton, as part of the Works Festival 2019. This includes some of my more recent work, framed and up on the walls, and new monotypes presented on plinths, looking at topographical traces. Many thanks to The Works curatorial team for their help in setting […]
Downstream is currently up at the Enbridge Centre in downtown Edmonton from August through to mid October 2018. This includes some of my most recent work from this spring and summer, framed and up on the second level in their lobby, if you are nearby and would like to check it out!
Memory Landscape is currently up at the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie till Sept 9th, 2018. My work as well as art by Bettina Matzkuhn is in Galleries 1 and 2, with work by Monique Martin and Jeroen Witvliet in Galleries 3 and 4. This is a four person show curated by Derrick Chang, centered […]
The exhibition The Farthest Shore is currently up at the Robert F Agrella Art Gallery in Santa Rosa California till March 15th 2018. This is a 6-person show curated by Hannah Skoonberg, printmaking faculty at Santa Rosa Junior College. The exhibition includes work from well known American and international printmakers Olesya Dzhuraeva, Jenny Robinson, Nicole […]
divining is up at the Gallery at CASA in Lethbridge, from March 4th to April 15th 2017. The opening reception is March 4th, 7pm. Please see the facebook event for more information on how to get there and more details on gallery hours.
Embodied‘ will be up from January 7 to Feb 26th 2017 at the McMullen Gallery, University of Alberta Hospitals. The opening reception is on Jan 20th, 12-3pm. The exhibition features the installation work divining, and some new smaller works on paper. Please see the facebook event for information on how to get there and more […]
The exhibition catalogue for divining is now up on blurb, as either hardcover or softcover versions.
Stop motion video of the setup for divining at the Ewing Gallery, University of Tennessee. Audio is a selection taken from the music provided for the installation by Alex Gray. You can hear the full track (Alberta), and his related work done after on spotify.