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An explosion 1/5,000,000th the power of the first atomic bomb

small Trinity, 2016

small Trinity was the title of my MFA thesis exhibition, which was mounted at the Carleton University Art Gallery in the last two weeks of August 2016. For the exhibition, I presented the three series of works in which I attempted to capture the essence of an explosion as a sculpture: the Exploded Vases (2014-15);...
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A Brief History of Explosions

As part of a summer residency at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) I will be mounting a solo exhibition at the Anna Leonowens Art Gallery. Entitled A Brief History of Explosions, the exhibition will feature the Exploded Vases Series, Cast Explosions Series, and a large graph-based work that plots the size...
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Artist-designed jewelry at Magpie

Plumb A jewelry piece for the Benchworks initiative at Magpie Jewelry of Ottawa Central to my art practice is heightening a person’s sense of themselves and their surroundings. At the invitation of Magpie Jewelry, I designed a necklace that is,  in fact, a miniature tool and intended to make wearer more aware of themselves, their posture and...
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Vase Recordings with Norwegian Wood Drawing at rear

Norwegian Wood Exhibition reviewed in fall issue of Canadian Art Magazine

I am pleased to pass on that my exhibition Norwegian Wood, which was mounted at the Patrick Mikhail Gallery this spring, has been reviewed in the fall 2013 issue of Canadian Art Magazine. Arts writer Petra Halkes wrote the 400 word piece, which discuss the vinyl record-generate Norwegian Wood drawings and the Vase Recordings. The...
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