Interworld opened on May 3rd and ran to May 12, 2019. It was the first of two exhibitions from the mentorship program at arc.hive. “Seven artists navigate the Interworld to produce works exploring time, transformation, the uncanny, and the secretive and silenced worlds of trauma and mental health.” The artists included Shae Anthony, Desiree DeRuiter, Markus Drassl, SusanContinue reading “interworld opens”
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 “interworld”
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 lastContinue reading “iconic blue”
I am honoured to have my work in an exhibition at the Slide Room Gallery, 2549 Quadra str, Victoria BC, Canada; opening on February 16th at 6pm. Learn more via the Facebook event page or Slide Room Gallery website.
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 singleContinue reading “snapshot”
Well, now to do the dishes! I had a fulfilling weekend with wonderful art and artists. Yesterday, an afternoon with the gorgeous Jill Ehlert and Natasha van Netten; this afternoon, installing the work of 3 artists in the Stairwell Gallery at St Philip. ( more pictures to come )