My work Silt is featured in “Vital Signs”, a group show celebrating International Women’s Day, at Artists Network’s Leslie Grove Gallery, 1158 Queen Street East, Toronto-ON. The show is on until March 15, with a talk with Juror Anda Kubis taking place Tuesday March 10 at 7pm. Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening night reception on March 5!
I’m thrilled to have the coffin I created, with assistance from Kate Szabo, being showcased again alongside those of 9 other former tenants this weekend at Harbourfront Centre as part of their annual “Day of the Dead” festivities. Learn more about the event here: http://bit.ly/2Vsh83P.
Here are some images of the work in situ outside the Coffin Factory at 89-101 Niagara St in Toronto-ON as part of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2019:
Visit me at the 58th Annual Toronto Outdoor Art Fair in Nathan Phillips Square July 12-14! I’ll be showcasing recent paintings in booth 377 on the front lawn directly adjacent to Queen St. Entrance to the fair is completely free- come say hi and talk to me about my work, your art loves or to show me pictures of your cute cat.
A new photo series I have in the works is being exhibited during Fashion Art Toronto 2018! Don’t miss it – April 17-21, 2018 at Daniel’s Spectrum. Catch a sneak peak of the work that will be featured below:
Head (Dessert) is the featured cover art for In/Words Magazine + Press‘ food themed issue, 17.2!
Check out the issue launch Wednesday Feb.28 at the Clocktower Brew Pub on Bank Street in Ottawa-ON.
I’m thrilled to announce that “Blossoms Twisting Down Her Fall” will be featured in this juried group painting show at John B. Aird Gallery opening next week on July 25!!
Please join me and the other painters at the opening reception next Thursday July 27th from 6-8pm at 900 Bay St. (just west of Wellesley Station). The show runs until Aug. 18th.
Some of my work will be featured in the group show “Layers”, a pop-up art show by Partial Gallery from April 6-20th, 2017.
Partial is proud to present Layers, a pop-up gallery and shop featuring 17 of Toronto’s diverse women artists in the Dundas West neighbourhood. For two weeks, a range of contemporary works will be on view showcasing a range of original works. This curated group show explores different ways that layers and processes come together to create not just the art themselves, but also insight into some of the layers of each unique individual as an Artist, Creator, and Woman.