Large and Largesse
China Beach, 2018
The landscape is big, bigger than you and I.
materials list: linen, cotton floss and time
Time is embedded in every stitch
Connected. Above and below ground.
Through the Rainforest
A well-worn path zig zags across the landscape.
Drunk with blind ambition, I follow the sound of a trickling stream.
To the Right of The Dock
This lake is a living thing, home to trout and bass and the occasional snapping turtle.
This lake is a warm fuzzy memory of family gatherings, summer picnics and winter bonfires.
Point No Point
Point No Point, 2017 is the name of a place on the coast on the Pacific Northwest.
The title is not a reference to an ambiguous state of mind, although it could be…
McMichael Makers’ Market Online Auction
Auction: February 22 – March 12, 2021
I am honoured to be selected to participate in the McMichael Makers’ Market Online Auction, featuring Indigenous and Canadian artists and designers.
The McMichael is home to iconic Canadian art including works by the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson, Indigenous, Métis, Inuit and contemporary artists.
For this inaugural event I am contributing selected tapestries from my Landscape collection — Tree Stands Alone, 2018 and To the Right of the Dock, 2016, as well as a botanical sculpture from my Exuberance collection — Clematis Florida, 2011.
These pieces are shown below and can be viewed on the McMichael Maker’ Market Online Auction website: https://givergy.ca/mcmichaelmakersmarket/?controller=lots&category=Embroidery The auction opens February 22 and runs until 12 March, 2021.
Thank you for your visit. I invite you to view more of my work here.