interworld

I am very pleased to taking part in this exhibition coming up in May. Interworld May 3 – 12, 2019 arc.hive artist run centre 2516 Bridge St, Victoria, BC V8T 5H3 Opening: May 3rd, 2019 (7-9 pm) Shae Anthony, Desiree DeRuiter, Markus Drassl, Susan Feilders, Sheryl Fisher, Amber Morrison and Cornelia van Voorst Through drawing,... Continue Reading →

this tender earth

This Tender Earth is my last show as curator for the Stairwell Gallery for the foreseeable future. It has become too hard to keep up with the work of curating and give my own art the attention it needs; as well, the gallery  needs more energy than I am able to provide at this time. ... Continue Reading →

iconic blue

Since the History as Personal Memory exhibition I have been concentrating on my curating work and helping with improvements to an art space I have been involved with. I have for a number of years attended a small church called St Philip Anglican which is influenced by a contemplative approach to Christianity. Over the last... Continue Reading →

featured

Grateful for the opportunity to talk about my art in the latest VISA Newsletter! Although I have not had the time for courses since Advanced Drawing, I have taken workshops which are a rewarding way to keep learning while working full time. Follow this link to the newsletter in which it is featured with an... Continue Reading →

a send off

As well as my friends Heather and Clare who came in to help with photographs and taking down high pictures respectively, ( thank you!) I had one last visitor to the show. As she was leaving a car with her husband in tow, we saw each other through the window and we smiled. I was... Continue Reading →

artist pics

The artist Heather Barr visited my show and took these lovely pictures. ( The Other Side of War is showing at the Fifty Fifty Art Collective at 2516 Douglas Str. Victoria BC, Canada.)

shelter ( mother and child)

It was lovely to have three of my works selected for Voices of Women Through Canadian History curated by Astri Wright for the International Womens Day exhibition in Victoria at the Bay Centre, shown from March the 2nd to the 12th. Here is my statement about my work: My three watercolour silhouettes are part of... Continue Reading →

snapshot

I am thankful to be emerging as an artist amongst others. I was invited to participate in snapshot- an opening installation for arc.hive, a new artist run centre in Victoria, BC  ( Canada. ) The show featured  visual, writing and musical notebook pages. What a rich show it was. I loved looking at every single... Continue Reading →

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