Acrylic, graphite, charcoal, conte 2014
Size: w 20″ x h 15″
Acrylic, graphite, pastel, collage on canvas
Size: h 36″ x w 36″
The inspiration for this painting I owe to the Cucuteni culture circa 4300 BC. Front and back of the same 6-inch terracotta figurine are shown. The original piece resides in the National Museum of Romanian History in Bucharest. Its precise function and form are not known.
Acrylic, pastel, paper collage on canvas
Size: w 30″ x h 22″
This piece was created for the “Inspired” event honouring Henry Vyfvinkel, taking place May 31, 2014 at the Marianne van Silfhout Gallery in Brockville (https://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/campuses-and-services/campus-services/marianne-van-silfhout-gallery/inspired-fundraising-event/). I have donated it to the gallery for the event. All premium ticket holders will take home a work of art, included in the price of admission.
Graphite and acrylic on honed travertine, 2014
Size: w 16″ x h 24″ x d .6″
Relief Print, Hand Finished Acrylic
Size: w 5 3/4″ x h 4 3/4″
The spiny softshell turtle is one of many species at risk in Eastern Ontario. Status threatened.
Acrylic and ink
Size: 6″ x 6″
Celtic animal knot from St Patrick’s Bellshrine; painted woodblock print.
Acrylic, graphite, and pastel on honed patara tile
Size: w 12″ x h 24″ x d 0.5″
January 2013. From a Graeco-Etruscan bronze statuette, 4th century B.C., Munich, Alte Glyptothek
The mummy of Tuthmosis IV is kept in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. I recreated him (as her) three times. The result is a trilogy: bruised life, suffering transition, serene death.
Acrylic on travertine
Size: 4″ x 4″ x .5″
Commission; for a 5-year old girl child. Dragonflies, always, from her grandmother.
Acrylic on paper
Size: (to be measured)
Coelacanth and HIV virus