Scarcity Sue and Nothing to Do is a response to a 3-day discussion workshop on Scarcity lead by artist, Sarah Brown. Over the three days, several themes were repeated such as perception, myth, abstraction, and materiality. In response to the talks, Slater wrote a short tale in the format of an audio “read-along-book”. However, in … Continue reading Scarcity Sue & nothing to do
I helped out at the Contemporary Art Gallery today with a marathon shift at the front desk. To help pass the time (and to warm up for a drawing project tonight), I decided to challenge myself to capture at least 3 of Matthew Monahan‘s sculptures in 30 second sketches. Once completed, I then tracked +1 … Continue reading Quick sketch Monahan
Thank you everyone for participating in the CAG data project contest. I was really honoured to participate and to help spread the word about this wonderful gallery. Join in the celebration! Make sure you take the time to come out and visit during their 40th anniversary year. There are some exciting exhibitions planned for the … Continue reading The winner is…
I have been included in the CAG data project contest. What this means for you is that I have a beautiful poster to give away! The printing is out of this world and the paper upon which the poster is printed is art itself. To take part in this contest, you simply need to share … Continue reading A poster? FOR YOU??!!
A few weeks ago, I was asked by the Contemporary Art Gallery if I would take part in spreading the word about their CAG 40 data project. Of course, being a volunteer and local artist, I was delighted to help out. Today marked the start of their twitter campaign where they asked people why they … Continue reading CAG 40 Data Project & Why I became an artist.
I certainly am glad I took the time to write about the Contemporary Art Gallery’s presentation of Guo Fengyi 2 weeks ago. The experience has not only connected me with some new acquaintances online who were interested in the artist, but it also challenged me to spend a bit of time with my thoughts about … Continue reading Scott Massey at the CAG
The weekend started right when we hosted Steve & Heather for a little pumpkin carving magic Friday night. This after 2 hours of lounging at the Wallflower, so we were a little punch-drunk when we got the knives out around 10PM. I was hesitant at first as I have had my fair share of pumpkin-carving … Continue reading The business of pumpkins (or “what I did this weekend”).