They all told me I'd grow out of it; however, for me horses are not simply a passing fancy, but an enduring inspiration.
My creative expression is driven by a deep passion for horses, but my work strives to go beyond their traditional representation and explore aspects of the human experience that they inspire.
Originally from Toronto, ON, I've lived in the Czech Republic and England, where I completed a master’s degree in the history of art from the University of Oxford. My education has grounded my work in a strong theoretical and conceptual basis, as well as an aesthetic one.
I currently work with paper, air dry clay, ceramic clay, and often other mixed media. By consistently pushing the boundaries of materials and developing techniques not necessarily available to traditional mediums, I create richly layered sculptures that can both challenge and delight the viewer.
Circle Craft - Vancouver, Canada
"Equine Art Gallery". Dressage Masterclass Weekend with Carl Hester - Langley, Canada
Circle Craft Art Market - Vancouver, Canada
(Received the Gold Award for Excellence in Craft)
"Art in the City" - Vancouver, Canada
"Equine Visions". WHAM Art Gallery - Surprise, AZ
"Horse in Art". National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art at Palace House - Newmarket, UK
(Society for Equestrian Artists)
Harmony Arts Festival - West Vancouver, Canada
(Juried outdoor art exhibition)
"Discovery: Line". Seymour Art Gallery - North Vancouver, Canada
(Received Honourable Mention award)
"Positively Petite". Place des Arts Gallery - Coquitlam, Canada
University of Oxford
MSt in the History of Art and Visual Culture
University of Toronto
Honours Bachelor of Arts
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