Professionally framed Drawing.
Research on the
tributaries of the river I grew up beside brought me to the drinking water source for my home
communities. I drew typographical maps of the bottom of Lake Huron with inks made from Black
Walnut husks and charcoal from fallen Ash trees near both of my parents’ homes. Use of both
handmade and mass produced materials on delicate tracing paper explores the various levels of
permanency our everyday actions have on our landscape.
Length/Depth: 22.5 in
Width: 2 in
Height: 17.5 in
Length/Depth: 23.5 in
Width: 3 in
Height: 18.5 in
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Autumn Rodges-Ducharme is a multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly in drawing and printmaking. Her work values healthy habitats and illustrations of home. She attended BealArt (2017), NSCAD (2021) and studied environmental sustainability at Dalhousie in 2019. Her series entitled Water Marks (2020) eases downstream impacts of human consumption using inks made with materials from her homes in Huron County, Ontario. Autumn is the recipient of the Grand bend Aquafest Award (2014), London Embroider’s Guild Award (2017), and exhibits across Southwestern Ontario and Nova Scotia.