The Lost River chairs are upholstered with my original etching "Lost Rivers"
that depicts an imaged Don River Watershed. This etching includes a meandering,
serpentine Don River (as it was prior to the 1890s channelization),
areas of the river that have been buried or "lost" and
re-creates its formerly wide open marshy mouth.
Fallen Leaves I & II (detail)
Hand cut, etched, hand coloured and shaped leaves of Mura Udaban Itaboshi, Kiraku Kozo, silk thread
17 x 17 inches
Canadian Artists Exploring Tosa Washi
This work was exhibited at the Japanese Paper Place, Toronto (June, 2013) and Kochi Okyaku in Ginza Toyko, Japan (November, 2013).
At the request of ...
Homage to E. Pauline Johnson is a series of collographs printed on Kizuke Kozo with E. Pauline Johnson’s famous poem "The Song My Paddle Sings" overprinted in letterpress that resembles hand writing on birch bark. Exhibited in the juried show O.W.N. – Object, Work, Notation - curated by Richard Sewell ...
Title: What Lies Beneath
Medium: 1,000 Hand cut, etched, coloured, shaped leaves. Kozo, Gampi, Okawara, hand made Kozo Monatropa Uniflora
Dimensions: Size of a typical Forest Floor Grave (roughly 3 x 6 feet)
April 4 - May 11, 2013 Open Studio, Toronto