I work spontaneously and haphazardly. Therefore the source of ideas and control over my projects is determined more by my feelings at the
moment of execution than rigidly planned ideas and structures. Flexibility and adaptability to the materials are very essential and important factors
of my art making. As a result the outcome is more simple, uncultivated and raw.
My sculptures are assemblages of everyday products and found objects. Composition and placement of these objects and materials is determined
by joining and juxtaposing the materials in a way that I intuitively feel works the best.
I am especially interested in unconventional use of materials. The materials lose their original purpose as functional products and possess
new utility in the world. How they look, alone or together, becomes most important. These pieces behave as foreign objects and they create a
playful relationship with the space.
My work is about what you see is what it is [it is what it is], and how you feel is what you feel.
2000 - Present: BFA (Honours) Drawing Major - University of Manitoba
2004: Lynn Sissions Memorial Scholarship (for best watercolour and best drawing)
2006: Assiniboine Park Conservatory, Winnipeg
, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
2005: GoSA, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
2004: GoSA, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
2006: Ace Art Inc., Project Room, Winnipeg
2005: Manitoban. Volume 93. Issue 12. Winnipeg
2005 - Present: Calligraphy for beginners, Winnipeg
Winnipeg Buddhist Temple, Winnipeg