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There are some lovely weathered buildings on Pender Island. They speak of another time, of promises made and broken, of dreams yet to come.
On MacKinnon Road.
At the end of MacKinnon Road.
The Boathouse at Clam Bay.
I am so happy to have my piece Broken Promises. The Politician's Armour. After the Election, included in the Salt Spring National Art Prize Parallel Show at ArtSpring in Ganges, Salt Spring Island. I was lucky enough to be able to go and see this show last week and it is a beautiful, vibrant show. Gorgeous work, artfully hung in a lovely space.
The Pillars of Hercules.
The Man in the Iron Mask.
The results of a summer rain storm.
While visiting my friend, Sarah, in Dorset we took a day to revisit our childhood haunts in Southampton. We both loved the art gallery and that was our first stop. We reveled in the beauty of The Perseus Series by Edward Burne Jones, a favourite of our teenage selves. Still looking stunning in its own wood paneled room. What memories lie here.
An array of natural dyes on different kinds of silk.
The base layer of dyes silk noile.
The second layer.
The top layer of silk organza.
Medusa's Cope. The finished piece with snake skins and leaf skeletons.
A huge thanks to Cherie Thiessen for writing such a wonderful article about me and my work and another huge thanks to Aqua magazine for publishing it:)
Couture for Funerals Runway.
A chance to use some of my bone collection!
I am thrilled to have an image of one of my pieces appear in a paper written by Arnaud Quertinmont, Department Egypte/Proche-Orient Conservateur at Musee royal de Mariemont in Morlanwelz, Belgium. This paper was written to accompany an exhibit currently showing at the museum called De Lin et De Laine. Textiles Egyptiens Du 1er Millenaire. It highlights coptic textiles from the museum's collection.