7 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on 40 Tiny Performances at The Pearl Company on June 1st

40 Tiny Performances at The Pearl Company on June 1st


7 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on The Artist is In – May 9th to June 9th at James North Studio

The Artist is In – May 9th to June 9th at James North Studio


7 years, 9 months ago Comments Off on Hello Again!

Hello Again!

Ever since my blog has been added to my website the pressure to create perfect posts has been intense.  I know that i now need to edit more, rant less and get to the point.  Yet, as someone who used to feel that my blog was truly a space for creative freedom I have decided that i will return to my original goals of sharing ideas about art, letting the world know about awesome artists and challenging people to be their own unique creative selves.  

I won’t censor my words or my thoughts for fear that someone might not like me.  I mean, i have never done it before, so why do it now, right?

Without further ado, I would like to share some great artists with you.  If you don’t know, I am now the Gallery Coordinator of James North Studio in Hamilton.  It’s a dynamic space full of talented artists.  The current show Februum features the work of artist Wendy Bachiu and Jo Johnson.  This exhibit is a great one as it combines two artists with very different styles. I was excited about this show before i even saw it but i had no idea that the combination of Johnson’s beautiful, slightly creepy vintage dolls partnered with Bachiu’s soothing mixed media pieces would be so complimentary.  It’s a beautiful show and you have one more week to check it out!

Regina Haggo of the Hamilton Spectator wrote an article about it here.–oh-you-beautiful-doll

I look forward to sharing more with you, and to being back to the blogosphere!  

8 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on Sharing the Papery Goodness

Sharing the Papery Goodness

My new Etsy shop that will be selling ephemera for collage artists! 

As a collage artist I tend to collect a LOT of papers and photos and books and wonderful vintage ephemera.  In the past year I realized that I don’t need all of these papers, or shall I say that it dawned on me that there is no way in a million years that i will be able to use all of what i have.

One of the most common questions I get asked at craft shows is “Where do you get your paper from?  I will finally be able to let them know that aside from antique markets, estate sales, charity shops and garage sales, that you can get paper from me!

I know what sort of images I am drawn to, and know what I don’t use in my work.  So I am proud to say that by the end of the week I will be presenting the new Etsy Shop Collagio.

In putting together this shop, I decided that it was time that I learnt how to make a banner.  The above image is my first foray into any sort of digital creations.  I know it’s simple but  am quite proud of it!

I look forward to sharing the vintagey papery goodness by the end of the week!

8 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on What I Have Been Working On!

What I Have Been Working On!

As i get ready for the Xmas One of a Kind Show i have been creating a few new products.

I have become a bit obsessed by all things stamps these days, and starting creating vintage postage stamp travel journals! Of course, it makes total sense, that i collect stamps of all different colours and sizes from the same country and presto! A travel journal!

I also put together a 2013 calendar  of my Daily Collages after one of my regular clients requested it.  It was fun to put together and I am hoping to share them with the world soon on my etsy shop right here!