Category Archives: body of work

Articulation’s Salish Sea Biosphere Study Sessions

Jellyfish in the Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea. Articulation has had 2 week-long study sessions exploring Vancouver Island’s coastal areas. The first was in 2007 and based in  Duncan while the second was ten years later in 2017 and based in both Sidney and Tofino. All areas are within the Salish Sea biosphere boundary […]

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WAR: A Personal Response Exhibition by Articulation October 16 to November 29th 2018

Articulation is very pleased to be exhibiting in the Sidney Museum, Sidney, British Columbia from October 16th to November 29th, 2018. The exhibition coincides with the 100-year commemoration of the signing of the Armistice Treaty, the official end of World War I in Europe. While the museum will feature displays full covering Canada’s history of involvement in […]

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Yukon Cryosphere II, Hydrosphere – Work Continues

Working with slippery synthetic sheers I can’t keep the large pieces of fabric under control. Solution – hang them on the wall and take down as needed. My current problem is to find a method for making a soft material appear hard.  I have made tapered tubes. They need weights in the bottom to keep […]

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Gatherers Stand With Their ‘Edge of the Forest’ Works

Lesley Turner website – lesleyturnerart.com Shamina Senaratne website – shamina.info/ Terry Phillips website – terryphillipsartist.com/ Connie Chapman website – constancechapman.weebly.com/ Deborah Dumka website – deborahdumka.ca/ Donna-Fay Digance website – donnafaydigance.com/ Judy Alexander website – judyalexander.ca/ Laura Feeleus website – laurafeeleus.ca/ To find out more about any of the works visit the ‘Edge of the Forest’ […]

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‘Aunt Flow Speaks Out’ – How she came about.

‘Aunt Flow Speaks Out‘ – Artists Statement Women menstruate. If women did not menstruate, you and I would not be on this earth. We would not be alive. Menstruation is a necessary part in our chain of life. This artwork celebrates the humanity and acceptance of this monthly visitor. Aunt Flow comes to visit, sits […]

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New Work – ‘Forest Flowers’

I am working on a new work for a Surface Design Association exhibition. It involves a number of different steps and techniques. Random dyeing the ground cloth. All of the fabric is worn bed sheets. Dyeing for an all-over mottled colour. Another sheet dyed to get a more randomly patterned effect. Sampling different fabric paints to […]

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