Black Sheep. Erin Robertson is an artist who works in various media. Her ceramic sculptures are wonderfully life-like and call to mind her bronze public installation, Bellwether, created with Anna Williams for the Longfields Transit Station. (See 3rd image)
Leaden, a nest cast in lead on a free-floating lath shelf. Series of 10 nests, each sold separately.
"A year in paces, a morning ritual of walking has led me to collect numerous bird nests from the thickets along Ottawa’s waterways. In this piece, I have cast each nest in lead salvaged from the torn out ironwork of Parliament Hill— an act of preservation at the perceived fragility of a tiny sanctuary and an exploration of the weighted concept of home and domesticity."
(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.