December 16th, 2015
If you’re in Vancouver, join me this Thursday December 17th, 5pm to 9pm, for the 2nd Annual Christmas Party at Katami Designs Studio and Gallery. Come finish off your Christmas shopping by supporting a local small business filled with beautiful handmade jewelry and art.
Katami carries my work and I re-stocked them a few weeks ago with a variety of recent work, including small pieces combining drawing and cut paper (pictured below).
Wear red to the party and enjoy a 10% discount off your entire purchase that evening. Tempting, isn’t it?
2nd Annual Christmas Party
Where: Katami Designs Studio & Gallery
Location: 138 East Broadway (near Main Street)
Date: Thursday December 17, 2015
Time: 5pm to 9pm
October 7th, 2015
In September I shared the finished piece I created for an exhibition to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Paper Place in Toronto. They invited ten artists to participate and provided everyone with the same Chiyogami patterned paper to incorporate however they chose into their work.
They started debuting the ten pieces on The Paper Place instagram account this week. The first one they shared by Judith Pudden is dramatically different from mine. I am very interested to see more of these pieces, because it will be a broad range of beautiful work.
September 30th, 2015
For the month of October I have work on display in the window of AMP Studio at Keefer and Hawks in Strathcona. My friend Val Arntzen hosts a different artist in her studio window each month, and has been doing this since the beginning of the year. Val calls the series of exhibitions, Window Dressing.
I brought a mix of framed pieces for the walls and a few small sculptures I haven’t shown in awhile.
I framed the concentric circle piece combining paper cut with drawing specifically to show in the window. I made it months ago and forgot about it, so I thought it was time it had other eyes on it.
My work will be up until the end of October but I’d suggest dropping by this weekend because Val is participating in First Saturday and will have her studio open to the public.