14 Jul

Forgotten Knowledge at Stone Age Art Company

The last week and a half has been such a whirlwind that I haven’t had any time to update the blog. I’m behind in mentioning the latest exhibition where you can see my work.

I have work on display in ReVision @ Creekhouse, which is a show of artwork made from recycled and repurposed materials on Granville Island. The show started last weekend and has just been extended one more week (due to popular demand) and will run until Sunday, July 24th.

The Forgotten Knowledge series of altered books that I created last year for Container Art is on display in the window of the Stone Age Art Company. It’s the prefect spot for the books and can be seen even if the shop is closed.

Books

Boris helped me deliver my work to Granville Island last Wednesday and the hilarious thing is we used a smart car from Car2Go to do it. (It’s our only access to a car at the moment, because we don’t own one). Between the four boxes of books, large bag of paper flowers, and one giant paper tree, we were packed in tighter than a clown car full of clowns. (We felt like clowns too).

There will be more work added to ReVision this coming weekend, so if you’re down on Granville Island check it out. Details can be found on their web site.

2 comments

  1. Argghh! One of my stops on my bicycle trip yesterday was supposed to be Granville Island to see the Revision show. I was busy figuring out the route and seeing the sights on the north shore of False Creek and totally forgot about going over to Granville Island. Is it going to end this Sunday?

  2. Hi Anne, the show has been extended until July 24th so there is still plenty of time to visit. I’m hoping to be there on Sunday to see the show.

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