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Artist Statement

Link: The Making of Continuous


This exhibition is a multi-sensory experience. Floor-to-ceiling
linocut panels surround the audience in a paper beehive.
Augmented by the sound of buzzing bees and the scent of beeswax, the installation
was created using a linocut print method on some 1,200 square feet of mulberry paper.

Each panel is

108 x 27.5”, 270 x 70cm

Video of Installation - Link

Video of Installation (2) - Link

Video of Artist Talk - Link

Timelapse of Installation - Link





Continuous Installation - Humboldt Museum and Art Gallery




Continuous Installation at Saskatchewan Craft Council

24 ft woodcut

Interactive beehive with moveable panels that tessellate

The lifecycle of the bee created using a reductive linocut technique and dipped in beeswax, suspended from a beehive frame.



Installation Kootenay Art Gallery - Castlegar, BC






Installation Okotoks Art Gallery - Okotoks, Alberta