An interesting article shedding some positivity on even the worlds most trafficked animal. Even though the situation is currently bleak there is a lot of change happening and it is not so hopeless! As I am gathering and researching information for my new series about endangered animals I am inspired by this article from David Robson on BBC Future.
"Many people in the West have never even heard of the pangolin, yet this “scaly anteater” is the source of a billion-dollar criminal industry that threatens to push it to extinction. BBC Future met a team of Hong Kong’s ecologists and activists trying to save these creatures from extinction."
My most recent painting was exhibited at Lulu gallery this month organized by Art Fix. The exhibition was around the theme "Traveling Home". I chose to do a painting of a nomadic woman from Rajasthan. Gypsies occupy both the realm of travel and home: they are always traveling, yet always at home.
Check out my updated BUY page! My work is now being represented at the Laneway Artspace in Melbourne and is also shown often on ArtBomb!
I feel so honoured to have received second place for the mural I painting on Plaza St Hubert! If you want to go see it in person it is by rue St Hubert and rue Beaubien!
Thanks so much Art Bomb for selling another one of my paintings. This one went up for sale yesterday and a collector out east purchased it. This painting was inspired by a beautiful sunset I saw on Kingscotte Lake while camping in Algonquin Park.
I will have these photographs shown in the Fotofestiwal in Ludz Poland starting tomorrow with the Photocopy Club! It will be my first time having my work shown in Poland! The theme is 'Hit the Road' and there will be photographers exhibiting from all over the world!
A few shots from the MTL Exposed Exhibition at Galerie 203! It was a lovely night will lots of great art and live music.
Here is a recent painting I finished not too long ago. It represents the Natives of the Mohawk Nation. I hope you enjoy it!
I have a new painting up in my art gallery under watercolours. I recently painted it for a friend's birthday. The original was painted with metallic watercolours, which unfortunately you can't see the effect once it is scanned. I'm so glad that it has found a good home!