Posts Tagged ‘stampede’

This is how I do selfies.

I am making hay, so to speak, since I can’t be outside working on art in the pouring rain. This is my selfie during production today in my apron that I produce art in. Look for me wearing it when you come to visit me at my booth during Stampede this year.

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Ready for a Rainy Day

The last few days I have been at my chop saw madly producing my wood canvases. Today I did some mudding and now I literally have piles of frames ready to go. Pictured here are six foot long wood canvases with plaster treatment and on the back table are piles of large shingles on float…

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The Pattern

I have been lucky enough to connect with some interesting things that have been very artistically inspiring in life over the past couple of years. I think they are bringing me full circle, so to speak. Just last month I presented with Amy Dryer at The Women’s Resource Center in the University of Calgary. Our…

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Final Framing

Doug has the saw out today in the sun and is finishing my framing for #ARP Western Showcase for this years Calgary Stampede.

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Jewelry for ARP

They are not just images. These small photos are mounted onto 100 year old pieces of wood from the Standing farm. Soon to be sealed in resin. *Time Capsules* for my installation *Land of Gold* for this years Stampede ARP.

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The mold

All set to start pouring resin pendants tomorrow for this summers Stampede. I spent the day carving and squishing wax to create molds that would be used as a form for pouring resin jewelry pendants. The forms seemed to slide into the shape I wanted quite easily but they were not smooth enough for the…

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