You can now view all show locations with their information for my upcoming solo exhibition "Spirit, Life, Becoming" on the revamped OuterSpace website!
Super excited to share the information for my up coming solo exhibition mini tour in OuterSpace Mobile Gallery! The dates for our stops are as follows:
POWELL RIVER, June 17th - parked in front of Base Camp Coffee.
MAYNE ISLAND, June 19th&20th - at the Campbell Bay Music Festival, with a live mural!
VICTORIA, June 22nd - location TBA
Here's a detail from a piece that will be in my upcoming solo exhibition "Spirit Life Becoming" which will open in OuterSpace Mobile Gallery on the 19th of June at the 7th Annual Campbell Bay Music Festival. We will then have another stop in Victoria for a second show - information coming soon!
Excited to say that in less than a month my next solo exhibition will open in OuterSpace Mobile Gallery, with a mini tour to Mayne Island for the 7th Annual Campbell Bay Music Festival and to Victoria...if you need me I will be in my cave with the cats.
Finished this piece today! This piece will be part of a solo exhibition happening this June in OuterSpace Gallery - more information soon!
"I'll Show You Mine If You Show Me Yours," 14x18 // acrylagouache on watercolor paper.
Big love to the woman who helped make me the woman I am to day - the coolest, most caring and patient lady I know. Shout out to the mamas who do that for their own - Happy Mother's Day!
Some progress pictures of a piece in the works, as well as some guidance from my little helper.
Rcefreshed my spot at Base Camp Coffee here in Powell River.
This piece is titled "You Don't Walk Into the Place, and Expect to Keep the Bird" 14x18, acrylagouache on watercolor paper. $400, framed.
It was a pleasure to make this family portrait, of sorts, for the lovely Shannon, as a birthday gift from her husband Liam. Such a treat to have your art be given as a gift to loved ones.
The bird characters are seen as peaceful creatures. Loving and protective. The sash with bells is to keep evil spirits at bay, and the home and those you love harmonious.
Since the date is arriving soon, and the invites have been shipped, it is now time to share the front image of some wedding invites that I did for some friends who are tying the knot this summer! It's a nice feeling to contribute to the union of two lovely people.
I've recently started playing around with using clay as a new aspect and element of my work. Here are some images of some pieces in the works:
Finished this big guy up yesterday. This is the first of a series of 22x28 pieces, which is exciting as it's the biggest size I've worked on in years. I'm excited and happy with how this piece turned out, and seeing the content translated on a larger scale.
"Hold Your Own" // 22x28, acrylagouache on watercolor paper.
Ryan Thompson and I have produced a new limited edition zine - Papillae Ever After. Featuring five weirdos as well as some crazy optical patterns, this zine is one of our most fun collaborations yet!
Finished up this piece today! This is the first piece in a series of larger pieces that are in the works, which is pulling together ideas and inspirations that I've been collecting over the last year or so. Exciting times!
'You Don't Just Walk Into the Place and Expect to Keep the Bird' // 13x19, acrylagouache on watercolor paper.
'They Say It Takes Two to Tango,' 8.5x10 // acrylagouache on watercolor paper.
New collaborative series and zine in the works with my love Ryan. Excited for it to be part of the Print Ready exhibition at Dynamo Arts Association this month on the 21st. For information and images soon!
Thanks to Ryan for this lovely photo of me in front of my mural from my solo exhibition in OuterSpace Gallery last summer.
Some progress on my first go at doing paintings on clay. Such a fun new element to mix in with standard paintings on paper...exciting things in the works!
This little one which is roughly 3x4.5, painted with acrylagouache.
'A New Year, Again' / 7.5x10, Acrylagouache on watercolor paper.
At the beginning of a new year, people traditionally - myself included in the past - make new plans and goals for themselves. Feeling pressured to improve and change from where they are currently at. Improvement and growth should be something that just happens. It's great to strive for more and set goals for yourself, pushing yourself to new places. I try to do this as much as I can. This year, I'm not going to force myself to make unforeseen goals, or try to plan the year out before it's barely even started. With that in mind, I welcome the new year with thanks and appreciation for the past years, and everything that I have gained and experienced up until this point. 2014 brought big changes, changes that were needed, and I feel lucky for where I'm at and where I'm going. It brought new friends, great support, and awesome opportunities. I'm excited for this new year, and can't wait to see where it will take me. Happy Year of the Sheep!