Work in Progress – Upcoming Exhibition at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery

October 25th, 2016

I am in the midst of completing a new body of work for an upcoming solo exhibition at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery in early 2017.  The exhibition runs January 13, 2017 to March 26, 2017 and is titled, Stories of Contentment and Other Fables. Here is another sneak peek of what is in the works. I would like to acknowledge the generous support of the Ontario Arts Council in funding this body of work.

It should come as no surprise, 2016 (detail)

The misperception of stillness, 2016 (work in progress)

The misperception of stillness, 2016 (detail, work in progress)

Ontario Arts Council Grant – Visual Artists: Emerging

June 22nd, 2016

I am so pleased to have received a Visual Artists grant from Ontario Arts Council and to be recognized in the Emerging Artists category.

The grant will be used in support of a new body of work that I am developing for an upcoming solo exhibition at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery in early 2017.

Thank you Ontario Arts Council!

Here is a sneak peek of what I’ve been working on.

Drawing in progress

There will be approximately thirty drawings in this developing series and it will be shown as one large work

New work to be exhibited at TOAE

July 3rd, 2010

Here is a sneak peak at the drawings I’ll be exhibiting at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition next week.

Come by my booth – White 57 – and check them out in person. I look forward to seeing you then!

Solo Exhibition at Graphite Galleries, New Orleans

January 5th, 2010

I am thrilled to announce that my work is currently on show at Graphite Galleries in New Orleans. This solo  exhibition opened January 2nd, 2010.  I am showing work from my Emergence series and have included two new drawings on paper (shown above).

Graphite Galleries is located in the French Quarter on 936 Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Mimic – new works

April 25th, 2009

Recently, I’ve been revisiting a series of ravens I started in 2005. This series is a collection of large charcoal drawings on paper.   Mimic I, II, and III are the newest additions, but I anticipate this series will continue to grow.

While making these drawings I have begun to think about how the act of drawing allows me to bring myself closer to my subject.  In this series, I am trying not to over think the work and just enjoy the process of drawing.