Cover illustration from the beautiful graphic novel, Back and Forth, told in linocut illustrations, made by Toronto artist Marta Chudolinska Recently, I decided to take a break from hand drawing and learn how to create block prints, mostly using the linocut printing technique, which is a type of relief printing. Having taken a rare books … Continue reading Adventures in Printing
Artists' Books There are many conflicting opinions as to what an artists’ book should be. The term “artists’ books” first appeared around 1973 but books that could later be placed within this category began to appear in the 1960’s and 70’s along with social and political activism and the rise of conceptual art (p.13, Klima). … Continue reading Artists’ Books
Here is some artwork I did for a Winnipeg band The Eagle Lake Owls for their album cover in the springtime of 2016. Sadly, this was the final album for the band, and the members have all moved on to other projects and adventures. They are great storytellers and memory conjurers, have lovely vocals, folk … Continue reading Eagle Lake Owls illustration
Reformatted this zine recently to be more reader friendly. This zine includes stories about being a girl working in retail. You can read it by clicking here: Shop Girl
I recently found these photographs I took during one of my first visits to Toronto for Nuit Blanche in 2009.
I used to make clay dolls as a hobby, and I love masks and marionettes, so while traveling I take photographs of these items where I can find them. Most of these images were taken around Italy (Venice, Rome, and Florence), Prague, the first two photographs were taken in Israel, and the last two are … Continue reading Photographs of Masks, Marionettes, and Monsters from past travels around Italy and Prague
I want a big dopey dog. Sigh.