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Mar 28

We have completed the next stage of my public art project for The Austin. I do so enjoy wearing my steel toed shoes and a hard hat. That’s Alan Storey in the video, I was helping and supervising from above. Four hours on a scaffolding in the rain really can be exciting when it’s part of your public art process.


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Nov 27

I am making the full size mockup of my leaf skeleton for The Austin public art. I so enjoy working with tools and getting dusty, and creating beautiful objects. On Thursday we will glue it together and suspend it in the air to see how it will look high up and with shadows. I hope the sun will cooperate.

Hoisting 12\’ x 8\’ MDF mockup leaf skeleton


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Nov 27

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Aug 04

Back on Track in Steveston: public art talks August 10th, 2013Back on Track in Steveston: public art talks August 10th, 2013


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May 05

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Anthophore: an image from "Will You be my Hands?"


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Apr 24

Come out to the City of Richmond’s first official PechaKucha Night.

I will be one of nine professionals who will be presenting on the theme of heritage in Richmond.

Friday, May 3
7:30 to 9:30 p.m
Rocanini’s Café
3900 Moncton Street, Steveston

This event is free so come early to get a seat

PechaKucha draws its name from the Japanese term for the sound of chit chat, the PechaKucha presentation format is simple – invited speakers present 20 pictures in 20 seconds while speaking quickly about the photos as they advance.

Doors Open 2013 is Richmond’s 6th annual arts, culture and heritage festival. Coordinated by the Richmond Museum Society and Doors Open Steering Committee, this free event allows visitors of all ages to explore Richmond’s arts, culture and heritage at forty-nine partner sites this year.


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Mar 15

I am pleased to announce that I have been commissioned to create the public art for The Austin: a new development by Beedie Living in Coquitlam. My large stainless steel hydrangea petal will be installed in the spring of 2014.

The hydrangea can be seen as a metaphor for the vision of Coquitlam’s Citywide Official Community Plan (CWOCP). Each hydrangea petal is like a “compact, complete community” that connects to other communities. Each neighbourhood is unique, yet shares a base structure of interconnected streets. One can think of each neighbourhood as a petal that connects to other petals and then to whole clusters of flowers. The plant veins are a transportation network for the lifeblood of the plant just as streets are a transportation network for the lifeblood of the community.

Stainless steel hydrangea leaf skeleton


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Mar 14

I will be the “Artist in the Window” this Saturday, March 16th 2013 at Bird on a Wire, 2535 Main Street (at East Broadway) in Vancouver. From 11 am to 4 pm I will be creating some of my small paintings. Please come by and visit.

Green painting, acrylic on board 5" x 7"Blue painting, acrylic on board, 5" x 7"


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Mar 04

Winter Lantern I, a new digital print


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