A Distant Memory. (2015). COR-TEN steel, wood, plastic. 64" x 54" x 4". 


Finalist, The Canadian Sculpture Competition 2016-2017. 

​Kingsbrae Garden, NB. 



A predictive work, made to commemorate the extinct bee. 


​SOLD

>1181 reasons (2015)


18" x 51" x 4"


Canadian Hall of History 2017-2022

Canadian Museum of History

(part of their permanent collection). 


With gratitude to Jaime Black, artist - creator of the REDress Project. 


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This piece was made to commemorate the missing and murdered indigenous women of Canada, and to bring attention to the issue. It was made as an adjunct to the REDress project, with permission of Jaime Black, artist. 


There are 1181 crocheted strands of wool, with bead - one for each woman named in the 2012 RCMP report on the issue. The bodice consists of needlefelted circles, each with a ribbon naming a random Canadian community - with the message that this issue affects us all. 

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'Excuse me, Ma'am? You have a hole in your ozone layer. (#2)' (2018)        34" x 34" x 67".


The Elora Sculpture Project, 2018

​Elora, ON.


Mother Earth with a noticeable hole in her ozone layer 'skirt'. 

$6200

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When the sculpture garden contacted me to advise that this piece had been sold, they didn't mention anything else. 

i learned that the patron of the sculpture garden bought it to be part of the 'bee' part of the garden (complete with bees!). So nice that it found such a suitable home. Holding up perfectly to the weather!!!

A Distant Memory 2 (2018). Mild steel. 


LOVE the effect of the sun!!!!​             SOLD

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'Excuse me, Ma'am? You have a hole in your ozone layer (#3)' (2018). Welded steel and skirt was painted in auto body shop. 34" x 34" x 67". 


Finalist in the Canadian Sculpture Competition 2018-2019. Seen here installed at Kingsbrae Garden, NB. 


​Mother Earth with a noticeable hole in her ozone layer skirt


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We are Yorick.  (2016). Steel, wood, ceramics, textiles, lights. 5' x 5' x 7'. 


12 Trees exhibit. 

Commissioned by the Gardiner Museum. 

​2016-2017. 


​A comment on the plight of the bee, and how it is possible for humans to stop the bee from becoming extinct. 

​dismantled

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At Alton Mills Arts Centre from May 5 - early October, 2018


1. The Maze Project


on display in the gardens - a great way to spend an afternoon!!!

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PUBLIC WORKS

Single Mother # 2.  (2016). Concrete, steel, wood, brass. 30" x 15" x 40". 


The Elora Sculpture Project 2016. 

​Elora, ON. 

Student Bursary Award Winner. 



A pregnant mother sits alone on a teeter-totter, facing motherhood alone. 


SOLD

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