exhibitions

Upcoming Exhibitions & Projects 

From Within, City of Kelowna/Karis Supportive Housing Permanent Public Sculpture(Solo)        Winter 2017/18

Alternator Gallery, Kelowna BC(Solo)                                                                                                                Spring 2018

Current

Standing Split: my place- out of my placeTwo Rivers Public Gallery, Sculpture Court, Prince George, BC (Solo)             July 2017 -May 2018

                                             

Past Exhibitions (selected)

emergence. City of Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Public Sculpture collaboration (Group)  August  2017                     

Grandfather ,Temporary Public Artwork, Prince George City Hall ,Prince George, BC (Solo) January 2017

Back to the Land, Neighbourhood Time Exchange/Emily Carr University Prince George, BC (Solo)January 2017

Embrace, Temporary Public Artwork, Wells, BC (Devils Canyon site) June 2016

(un)tamed& (un)earthed , Station House Public Gallery, Williams Lake, BC (Solo) March 2015

Styx & Stones, Penticton Art Gallery, Penticton, BC (Group-Invitational) Fall 2014

(un)earthed & (un)tamed, Break Art Mix Artist Residence, Paris, France (Solo) April 2014

Mending the Past, Site Specific Public Sculpture, Paris, France, Spring/Summer 2014

60 artists 60 Spaces: Rotary Centre of the Arts Central Okanagan Arts Council,Kelowna, BC (juried, group) Fall 2013

Nanaimo Public Sculpture: (un)tamed , Nanaimo, BC ( solo) May 2013

Into the Subconscious: Central Okanagan Arts Council Exhibition,Kelowna, BC (juried, group) April-May 2013

Every Part is Crucial; TRU BFA Exhibition. Kamloops, BC April-May 2013

Cooney Bay Earthworks Trail, Kamloops Lake, BC (invitational, solo) 2011-2012

Seeing Double, Arnica Artist Run Centre, Kamloops, BC (juried, group) 2012

Traverse, Thompson Rivers University Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC 2011 (invitational, group)

The Freemont Block: 100 Years of Recollection, John Freemont Building, Kamloops, BC(invitational, group)  Fall 2011

In the Year to Come, Speakeasy Gallery, Kamloops, BC (invitational, group) Summer 2011