Category Archives: Exhibitions

Human Nature @ Frederick Holmes Gallery

This exhibition’s title, HUMAN | NATURE also metaphorically references the delicate and increasingly fragile relationship between humanity and the natural world. There are few better examples of this relationship than the tiny, industrious, endangered creatures responsible for beeswax – the foundation of encaustic art – and the brilliant artwork made by these two remarkably talented […]

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How I Got Here @ Harris Warke Gallery

  The work in How I Got Here at Harris Warke Gallery in Red Deer, features work from 3 of my major series. The earliest is All about Eve 2002 to 2015, which looks at the female form in the guise of a mannequin. Heels 2012-14 examines the absurdity of fashion. And my current work […]

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Disbound Exhibition Statement

I am a sculptor who disassembles, deconstructs and marries books with found objects and wax and or encaustic to make succinct yet subjective statements about the rights and roles of girls and women in today’s societies. I play with puns, double entendre, symbolism and satire and there are so many metaphors when it comes to […]

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She’s Come Undone

10 women – 10 self portraits Gabriola Arts and Heritage Center Opening reception Friday September 15, 7-9 PM. Show is up until end of day on Saturday Sept 16, 11 AM – 4 PM I chose to submit this piece because, as they say, all art is self referential, and this is how I feel […]

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Disbound at Langham Gallery, Kaslo B.C.

Disbound Langham Gallery, Kaslo B.C. September 8 to October 29, 2017 I will be giving a short artist talk at the opening from 7 to 9 on Sept 8   ” ngg_triggers_display=”never” ngg_proofing_display=”0″ is_ecommerce_enabled=”0″ order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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MATERIAL MEMORIES

A Special Gallery Exhibition Featuring Internationally Acclaimed Contemporary Artists, Kim Henigman Bruce & Naoko Morisawa March 2 – April 2, 2017 Opening First Thursday, March 2, 2017 6:00-8:30 pm MATERIAL MEMORIES explores personal and cultural memory, metaphor, and mission, through work created in simple, ancient materials – beeswax (Kim Henigman Bruce) and wood or paper […]

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Transformation: An Exhibition of Altered Books

Exhibition: September 14 – November 27 Meet the Curators, Judy Daley and Supria Karmakar – September 18th, 2:30 p.m. When is a book not a book? When it’s been transformed into a one-of-a kind work of art! This fascinating artform dates to medieval times and artists of today are reinventing it to create thought-provoking works […]

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This is Not a Book – Chapter 2

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Focus Gallery 560 South First Street San Jose, CA Jun. 5 – Sep. 11, 2016 In collaboration with Seager Gray Gallery, the ICA will present This is Not a Book: Chapter 2 in the Focus Gallery. For the past decade, Seager Gray has taken the lead in presenting art […]

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