4"x4"; 5.5x5.5" with custom frame. Encaustic on wood panel. My “Exodus” series is based on my emotional response during this past year and speaks to new beginnings, migration from urban to rural settings, regeneration and hope. I used black and white to convey light and coming out of darkness. The blue hues represent hope; pink for love and kindness and the warm tones for the sunshine/sunrise for new beginnings.
Length/Depth: 4 in
Width: 4 in
Height: 2 in
Length/Depth: 6 in
Width: 6 in
Height: 4 in
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Nature, topography and travel are my passionate inspirations behind my signature grid paintings. My dreamlike imaginary territories evoke images of maps, satellite views and architectural structures. I'm represented by the Petroff Gallery in Toronto and have been exhibiting in Canada and the USA since 2013.
I use numerous layers and initiative mark marking, scraping back and repainting until the desired patterns and depth are created. I either use encaustic or acrylic paint to create multilayered, textured surfaces. My desire is to trigger an emotional connection or memory for the viewer by evoking references to both nature and the industrial world with form, space and colour.
You'll find videos and photos of my art process and studio on my instagram feed. Please contact me if you have any questions on my work or would like to set up a video meeting.
My work can be found in numerous private collections in North America and Europe. I'm a graduate of McGill University and Toronto School of Art in Art History and Fine Arts.