I am honoured and pleased to have created a second commissioned piece for Science World (formerly TELUS World of Science, formerly Science World!) in Vancouver, BC. This as yet unnamed work is due to be installed as part of a wall of gears in the Eureka Zone activities exhibit. I’ve really been enjoying working with this important educational organization! The onset of covid-19 delayed the anticipated March 2020 installation, but I will be sure to let you know when it is completed and ready for visitors. In the meantime, check out this preview of the piece in motion, and find out more about Science World here.
I’m excited to have my work “Are We There Yet?” now installed at Miniature World, one of Victoria BC’s most popular tourist attractions. Previously installed at Vancouver International Airport, this piece made the journey to Vancouver Island and was installed in its new location on February 27, 2020. If you find yourself in the beautiful city of Victoria, come check it out – Miniature World is open to the public with covid-19 protocols in place. Find out more here.
Please join me for my third solo show, The Mechanics of Motion: Inside an Automaton, in which I will be inviting visitors “behind the curtain” to view my crafting process and the inner workings of my automata. I am pleased to be showing in association with Crafted Vancouver for a second year. Crafted Vancouver is the only month-long craft-based festival in North America.
The Mechanics of Motion: Inside an Automaton will run from May 19-21 at VisualSpace Gallery, 3352 Dunbar, Vancouver from 12-5pm. Opening reception Saturday May 18, 5-8pm.
To view my show’s information page in Crafted Vancouver’s online catalog, click here.
My work will be appearing in the Sculptors’ Society of BC group show at Art Vancouver International Art Fair at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Art Vancouver endeavours to grow, inspire and empower the local, national and international arts community. All are invited to the opening reception on April 25, 6-10pm.