In Three Minutes. Small-scale porcelain figure, under glaze painted and glazed, 8 x 10 x 5 cm. From the 2016 solo exhibition series Match at public gallery Art-image in Gatineau (awarded the Prix du CALQ – Œuvre de l’année en Outaouais – Work of the Year in the Outaouais), and recently exhibited in the solo public exhibition Source et ressource at the Centre D’Art Rotary in La Sarre, Quebec from Nov 2019 to Feb 2020.
A visual exploration of the manifestation of the boxing sport as transformative of the human figure, the artist allowed the town of Buckingham’s emotional investment in their boxing hero Gaétan Hart to become the central theme.
Flask With Portholes. An antique flask with names etched into its surface, stamped with date, has been altered to admit 3 portholes. Each porthole window is optical lens has been inserted into silver coins that have become their frames. These coin 'frames' are then drilled into and screwed with tiny bolts that must be tightened from within. While the windows are watertight, the ancient cork in the lid does not seal this little sculptural keepsake object.
Keys use manipulated imagery of reflections found throughout the home in constructions of water jet cut glass and laser cut wood connected with brass coloured wire. They investigate domestic space and its significance.
(Re)constructed Narrative #3. Blown and fused glass, 1 ½” (h) x 3 ½” x 3 ½”.
(Re)Constructed Narrative re-purposes remnant objects into a deconstructed line. It investigates the history given to an object, embellishing and fabricating events. The order is established through an imagined logic, questioning fact and fiction. The narrative playfully recounts systems and image in broken moments.