e is for earth

Opening reception of e is for earth as part of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival #TODO18  “Carneval” Oil Pastel on discontinued wallpaper I will be exhibiting work made specifically for this show along with a host of other artists. Jan 14th 2018, 7-10 pm Dark Tools Architectural Lighting 750 Lake Shore Blvd E unit 2, […]

Weather Network

The weather network took an interest in a group show that I put together at the Wychwood Artscape Community Gallery. The three artists showing together have a serious interest in conservation. Kasia Burdaka, who interviewed me nicknamed me Echo-the-Eco-Artist The show was called: Nature: Up Close and Personal with artists Gwen Duda, Jordan Dunlop, and […]

Trust Your Guts

Navigating the art world in a new city can be challenging (has anyone posted a list of good/bad/ugly galleries in Toronto?) I saw a cal for submissions for a “juried exhibition” with a black and white theme. Perfect! I work with charcoal on paper, I’d fit right in! Not to mention the location was great! […]

Deep Water Horizon

These “vials of sadness” as one viewer aptly named them were installed in a vending machine during an art crawl. April 20th marks the anniversary of the Deep Water Horizon oil catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico. Heidi Haire and I fabricated “souvenirs” to be purchased from a vending machine by the gallery goers for […]