in/visible

This series is about repetitive, sustained movement: drawings and prints composed of hundreds of lines, dots and circles and using everyday materials such as found wood, discarded paper, Styrofoam meat trays, sewing thread and chalk. Made in response to several years of picking up debris from beaches, they are the result of repeating specific actions: drawing a dot or a line; sewing a stitch; pressing down an ink-stained stamp, or marking the sand on the beach with a stick.

 

“grass” 2013, tar paper, chalk, (110” x 40”.)
“grass” tar paper and chalk, 110” x 40”, installation view, in/visible, Slide Room Gallery, Victoria, 2014.
"treasure” 2013, paper, paint, wool, (16” x 19 ¼ ”.)
“treasure” paper, paint and wool, 16” x 19 ¼ ”installation view, in/visible, Slide Room Gallery, Victoria, 2014.
"mean what you say" 2014, paper, paint, wax and thread, 15" x18".
“mean what you say” paper, paint, wax and thread, 15″ x18″, installation view, in/visible, Slide Room Gallery, Victoria, 2014.
“field” detail,) 2013, wood, card, paint, white charcoal, (74” x 40”.)
“field” (detail,) 2013, wood, card, paint, white charcoal, (74” x 40”.)
“coyote” 2014, paper, paint, ink, (35 ½ ” x 38”.)
“coyote” 2014, paper, paint, ink, (35 ½ ” x 38”.)
run with scissors” 2013, cloth, thread, (12 ¼ ” x 11 ½ ”.)
run with scissors” 2013, cloth, thread, (12 ¼ ” x 11 ½ ”.)
"linear” 2014, paper, paint, ink, (19 ½” x 30”.)
“linear” 2014, paper, paint, ink, (19 ½” x 30”.)
Untitled, 2014, ink and paint on found paper.
Untitled, 2014, ink and paint on found paper.
"chasing sun” 2013, oilcloth, chalk, (18” x 18”.)
“chasing sun” 2013, oilcloth, chalk, (18” x 18”.)
Chalkboard drawing, 2013, Victoria.
Chalkboard drawing, 2013, Victoria.
Beach drawing, 2013, Victoria.
Beach drawing, 2013, Victoria.
Beach drawing, 2013, Victoria, BC.
Beach drawing, 2013, Victoria.

 

 

 

 

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