He makes it look easy. Oh, it’s not. I am smitten with the meditative and performative quality of this type of work. When I make work like this – site based, body based, working with natural materials – I feel most at home in my skin. As an artist especially. Thanks for the reminder, […]

The Melt (ice abstracts)

Originally posted on draw and shoot:
Ice erosion, shoreline (a multiple exposure image). Ice erosion (immersed camera). I love the fluidity of these liminal spaces between winter and spring. The ice folding back from the shoreline exposing inky cold water, translucence and grit.  There is such beauty in the rituals of the seasons. © Karen…

On the destruction of the Royal Alberta Museum building

Originally posted on Behind the Hedge:
Incomprehensible. ? That’s the only word I can clutch at to describe the news that broke last week.  Alberta Infrastructure has put out a Request for Proposals to demolish the beautiful historically and architecturally important Royal Alberta Museum  building and replace it with a park: The purpose of this…