150 Creative Acts Kootenay Gallery 2017


Horizon LIne

Detail of Yellow Christ for Gauguin

Nascent from Horizon Line Series 2017

Nascent from Horizon Line Series 2017 exhibited at Touchstones Nelson in UpStream Benefits

artist panel Upstream Benefits 2017

Speaking at artist panel
Upstream Benefits

Recent exhibitions: The painting, Yellow Christ for Gauguin was part of a small series of paintings based on the relationship between the landscape and human body.  There were 4 paintings that were included in the Kootenay Gallery’s “150 Creative Acts” in recognition of Canada’s 150th. Curated by Maggie Shirley.

“Upstream Benefits” at Touchstones Nelson curated by Arin Fay and Miriam Neeboda. The show celebrates Artist Run Culture at the Oxygen Art Centre. Each artist will exhibit an older piece and newer piece that speaks to their art practice.

Up coming exhibitions:


Kootenay Gallery of Art, in Castlegar, BC –   Opens Friday,  September 21st, 2017.  Their will be a selection of new paintings and sculptural work. In the work, I am exploring a new process of building imagery and the translation of my 2D imagery into 3D sculptural pieces. The work is an inquiry into the extremes of instinctual expression, the emotional swing between states of anxiety and acts towards ecstasy. Generously supported by the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance/ CBT. Curator, Maggie Shirley.

A selection of Pan-dulum: A call to Un-reason will also be exhibited at Gallery 2, in Grand Forks, BC  in February 2018.  Curator, Tim Van Wijk

samples of what is going on in the studio-