Monthly Archives: October 2019

Feathers, human hair, and salt crystals

By | October 21st, 2019|Art News, Art of Consumption|

Peacock feathers, dyed human hair, untreated human hair, salt and borax crystals, cypress tree, hat pin, 6″ x 3″, 2019. This week I experimented with some of the dyed blue and red human hair gifted to me a few weeks ago.  The latest material to be included in my assemblages is salt and borax crystals. [...]

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Feathers, acorns, squirrel and human hair

By | October 13th, 2019|Art News, Art of Consumption, Squirrealism, Squirrel Series|

Peacock feathers, acorn cupule, squirrel hair, human hair, 3′ x 4.5′, 2019. This week I kept working on the idea of intertwining the histories and shared space between the Indian (blue) peafowl, humans, Eastern Grey squirrels and Garry Oak trees. I began to investigate the acorns I had collected but not planted. I removed the [...]

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Human Hair and Peacock Feathers

By | October 6th, 2019|Art of Consumption|

Human hair and peacock feathers, 3.5" x 1.5" In the studio this week I surrounded myself with the foraged materials collected over the last two weeks. Where I live in Victoria BC, we are experiencing the changes in weather associated the Fall season. The temperature gets colder, and the acorns begin to drop much to [...]

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