Post #48

The road

is sometimes





tears of





at a crossroads

            following one way

        an option

                    a journey



18" x 48" Terra, textiles, aluminum leaf, antique lace, acrylic on wooden panel



30" x 60" Dreamscape, textiles, aluminum leaf, antique lace, acrylic on wooden panel

Wet Felting Workshop – Learn from me

There are now only a few spots open for the wet-felting workshop that I will be teaching at Loyalist College In Belleville, Ontario from July 12 – 15. 

Here are the details:


(Click on Image to see it larger)

To register, please sign up here

There is also a description in the Loyalist Summer Program on page 18

The cost of the workshop is only $289 (plus the material cost for all the yummy wool $75). If you need to a place to stay in Belleville, the school offers their residency for a very minimal fee of $40 (plus tax) per night. There are also many lovely B&B's in and around Belleville. 

I would love to see you at the workshop, I have 4 huge boxes of the most amazing wool coming from Europe. Some of those qualities are not otherwise available in Canada. 

Message me if you have any questions about the workshop, and you may contact Heather at Loyalist College for registration information 
Heather Cockerline (613) 969-1913 ext. 2467 or Email:  



Post #45

Another cycle is 


the pieces 

            delivered to

my agent

        to be sent to galleries

who will meet

    the people 

that will take them 


to complete 

        their cycle of 



8×8" Growing


8 x 8"  Simple Pleasures


8 x 8" Sepia Moment #6


30 x 40" Prevail

Post #44

images made


the past


the present




    my art






a belonging

    of my 


my self


Post #43

Nope, I did not stop making art

            just a break to 

flow with the world

            to create with fabric


             with my hands

    always my hands


all of me


a break, a breath

the studio is set up differently

        with a separate room 

        built new

        clean, white

for resin coating 


flowing paint 




    very big

                            and really tiny


Canvas Gallery – new work available

Canvas Gallery, my longest standing gallery has just received 4 new pieces from me. They wrote a lovely post on their blog about it. Here are the images a bit larger:

Aspire: 11" x 48"


Canvas 72x26-EtherealSpheres_72x26
"Ethereal Spheres"  size: 26" x 72"

"Source 1"  30" x 30"

"Source 2"  30" x30"

Source 1 & 2 can be combined into a diptych that can be displayed in different ways. I regard the viewer as the final component in the creation of my work, and I have been striving to create work that allows the viewer to partake in this process through a choice in displaying the work. My abstracts provide very different emotional responses depending on the direction that they are hung. They can also be changed around and provide an interactive play between the viewer and the piece.