Very pleased to have been notified that my print Consumed Thoughts received a purchase award at Sixty Square Inches. This exhibition of small prints selected by juror Kim Vito of Wright State University, is up at Purdue University Galleries until February 20th, 2016.
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The Manhattan Graphic Centre’s 1st Annual Miniature Print Exhibition and Competition opens November 1st. I’m pleased to have had three of my tiny etchings accepted into the exhibition. Visit the centre from November 1st to December 18th to see the show. Stop by if you are in New York!
New Work (etchings)
I recently completed two new etchings with chine colle.
Incisioni Al Femminile 2015
I’m one of two Canadians part of an exhibition in Italy that features the work of 99 women printmakers from around the world. Curated by Veronica Longo, Incisioni Al Femminile 2015 opens on March 8th at the Atelier Controsegno in Pozzuoli and runs until the 28th.
I’m currently en route to Asia where I’ll be attending the opening of Printed in Canada – an exhibition curated by Guy Langevin and featuring the works of 25 Canadian printmakers. Prior to heading off on my trip, I completed a new etching as part of my new series The Body Stranger. More to come about Taiwan after the opening! (sorry the colour is a bit off in the photo)
Being the summer, I have a bit more time in the studio available and have started producing some new etchings and silkscreens. Here’s the first round, all are etching and chine colle.
Miniprint Kazanlak recently opened. Several of my new etchings were selected to be part of the exhibition and fellow Canadian and friend Guy Langevin took home the first prize. Congrats, Guy!
As I make forays into my new The Body, Stranger series/project, I have created a new small etching (with drypoint and chine colle).
The Body, Stranger
I’ve begun working on some new pieces that examine my experiences living with MS and inflammatory arthritis. While I am lucky that my disease is so far on the mild end of the spectrum, it has nonetheless shaped me and brought me into contact with drugs and aspects of medical practice that are outside the experience of many people. I seek to bring my own adventures to light and examine them within the greater context of contemporary medicine. To start, I’ve created some small etchings that touch on the internally sensed aspect of my illnesses. Find new works under my The Body, Stranger page under the Artworks header.