Visual Arts

Since September 2016, I have been chipping away at earning a BFA in printmaking with a minor in sculpture/installation at the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCADU) in Toronto. Some activities below. 


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2022. Toronto Outdoor Art Fair. Selected to participate in OCADU career launcher booth. Featured in a Curated Collection. Starting online on June 8th. In person at Nathan Phillips Square July 15-17. 

2022. The Archive of Merit: From the OSA to OCADU. Ada Slaight Gallery, Toronto, ON. Selected to participate in December 2021. Visit online. My work responds to the artist Mary Hiester Reid. Show sponsored by the Archives of Ontario and the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA).

2022. 30 Leaves in 30 Days. (Solo). At Origin Coffee, Toronto, ON.

2022. Juried group exhibition. The Winter Emerging Artist Exhibit, Gallery 1313, Toronto, ON. 

2020. Juried group exhibition. National TD Thor Wealth Management Juried Exhibition: Quest for the Environment. Online only due to Covid19.

2017. Juried group exhibition. Celebration of First-Year Exhibition. OCAD U, Toronto, ON.


2022. 30 Leaves in 30 Days.

2021. Love-me-Back TREES collaborative project

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A collaborative community project to love trees and remind the world of promises made in Glasgow at the climate conference COP26. 

2016- 2019. PLU code collaborative project.  

Stickers on fruits and vegetables are officially known as price look-up codes. A PLU code turns a banana or a lettuce head into a “value-added” food product. The over 1400 PLU codes in circulation today around the world, for me, symbolize the globalization and commercialization of food. This longer-term collaborative project includes five different works: PLU I, PLU II, PLU III, PLU IV, PLU V. Each piece intends to take a critical yet humorous look at how the foods farmers grow are turned into packaged and labelled products.  

2018. Hey, Did You Drop Something? 

2017. Public Washroom Signs Collaborative Project 

To flush or not to flush? With the introduction of automatic flush toilets, Canadians seem to be confused. This collaborative community project gathered toilet signs from across Canada to make a simple point. Extra copies of the poster available! Just contact me.


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