Category Archives: New Work
I’ve reworked a series of silkscreen prints from last year. Here are a couple of them:
I will be participating in the Canadian Digital selection for the Novosibirsk Triennial (Russia), curated by Derek Besant. I’ve created two new digital prints for this project which will be exhibited in September. I’m curating the Canadian print (traditional) selection for the biennial as well. Stay tuned for info about the artists and project!
SNAP Print Patron Fundraising Print
The amazing SNAP print studio in Edmonton, Alberta, created a new Print Patron fundraising level this past year and commissioned me to create a print for the donors. The print sold out before I even finished printing it back in November so its no longer available but you can check it out below and stay tuned for next year’s fundraising print.
Here are two new prints that I premiered at The Other Passport. Both are silkscreen on mylar.
Here are some new prints – a couple of them are portfolio prints including one that I never posted from last year. All are silkscreen on paper.
I recently completed two new silkscreen prints on paper.
Upcoming Solo Exhibition: The Body, Stranger at VPAG
I’ve been working on a new body of work these past four months to be exhibited at the Vernon Public Art Gallery from January 2016 until March of the same year. While some works were completed earlier in 2015, the majority were created in the latter half of the year for this exhibition. All works are part of my The Body, Stranger series. Please join me at the opening reception on January 14th, 2016 from 6-8pm.
New Work (etchings)
I recently completed two new etchings with chine colle.
New Work (experiments with UV printing on plexiglass)
In late May, I stopped by UBC Kelowna to work on some plexiglass prints using their UV inks and drying system to test adherence and layering. I was pleased with the results and will now plan a series of larger works on plexiglass. Many thanks to Briar Craig for letting me use the studio. Shoot him a line if you want to propose a short residency in the lovely Okanagan valley.