My submission to The Paint Spot’s Big, Big, Studio Still Life Show. And my submission to the SNAP member print exchange, two versions.
The coronavirus took over my life for awhile. I responded with a few prints and cards. Seems to have helped get my energy back.
The Peace Liard Regional Council sponsored a festival showcasing diverse forms of writing comprised of discussions, presentations, workshops, readings and performances. Accompanying this festival was an exhibition of art works inspired by the writings of three poets: Kym Gouchie, Billy-Ray Belcourt and Erin Mouré. I am often inspired by literature and as I have recently... Continue Reading →
I learned some new gluing techniques for chine collé from Shivangi Ladha, SNAP’s international resident of 2019. I am very pleased with these experiments.
This is a large fabric book, printed and stitched, memorializing important people in my life who have died.
Several people have asked me if I do commissioned portraits. Here is the information and request form. Linocut Portrait by Sara Norquay
I hung 180 portraits from my Citizen of the World piece in this exhibition. I am still looking to show all 300 portraits.
Jill Thomson asked me to join her in showing 6 of my new coat prints for the month of March. I just couldn’t say no. It pushed me to further my ideas about the work. Thank you, Jill!