Monthly Archives: July 2011
This is your universal paper! It was deconstructed carefully so that it can be reassembled if need be. Read it once, carry it around with you, leave it on the kitchen table. It’s the only paper you’ll ever need!
I spent many years as a weaver and learned textile design at OCAD. Here are a few samples. The first two are prayer-rug size carpets. There was a series of vests and jackets based on Japanese-style clothing. The “volcano coat” was … Continue reading
The previous post shows pieces from the miniature series. Here are images of two maquettes for full-size shields (the top two), and two full-size works (approx 4′ x 2.5′ each). Quite some time ago, I completed a large installation piece using washi … Continue reading
I have been working on a version of the Shield Project for many years. Here are some of the small shields (each approximately 3-4″ x 5-6″) in the miniature series, several of which were submitted and sold at the Textile Museum of … Continue reading
In July 2010, Frank and I travelled to New Mexico and Arizona. The ten paintings below (done in 2011) were inspired by that trip. Each is 10″ x 7″, ink and watercolour.
These are samples of close to 50 unique watercolour cards created recently. One series, Cape Breton images, has been sent to my friend Linda who lives near Baddeck. She is going to sell them in her pottery studio. Thanks Linda!
So, here is the companion piece! Try to imagine them each ten feet long. . .