For the last number of weeks, I have participated in an initiative by a local contemporary artist collective BOXCARSIX in their Post Card Project. It was conceived as a means for members to be in touch with each other and continue making art together during the time of lock-down. Each artist would begin a card,Continue reading “post card project”
Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come….. My dove in the clefts of the rock, in the hiding places on the mountainside, show me your face, let me hear your voice; for your voice is sweet, and your face is lovely. For a booklet of meditations for Advent, I was askedContinue reading “show me your face”
After laying aside my curatorial work with the Stairwell Gallery, my mind has turned to my own work as a priority. But as I approach it I notice that as well as a sense of need and desire to make art, there is a deep hesitation. To overcome that reticence, I decided to keep myContinue reading “a complex grief”
Vancouver Island School of Art asked artists to donate a work for their fundraiser “Art For You” held at the beginning of May 2018 This is the piece I made specifically for the event. “Of Things Hoped For” 12 by 8 inches. Collage, ink, paper, gesso on wood panel.
At various stages of my painting’s evolution, different genres have suggested themselves- landscape, figurative, abstract, floral- and approaching resolution the painting, rather than having become one or the other, remains “all of the above.” The other day on Facebook I came upon an excerpt of a TS Eliot poem and as I read, I feltContinue reading “a poem and a painting”