Homage to E. Pauline Johnson is a series of collographs with E. Pauline Johnson's famous poem The Song My Paddle Sings printed using handset metal type on handmade Japanese Paper (Kizuke Kozo) that resembles hand writing on birch bark. Exhibited in the juried show O.W.N. - Object, Work, Notation curated by Richard ...
Open Studio, Toronto
April 4 - May 11, 2013
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)
Original etching re-creating the Don River's Lost Rivers.
This etching depicts the current Don River Watershed with
an imagined watershed that includes the "Lost Rivers"
that have been buried underneath the City of Toronto.