Family Matters @ Gardiner Museum Shop

Family Matters features sculptural work with photography on ceramics that uses my personal and family archive. It documents the stories of my body, and my mixed-race heritage.

On until September 3, 2019

BOWL SHOW at the GARDINER Last Two Days

The Bowl Show at the Gardiner Museum is up for a few more days. I was thrilled to be a part of this astonishing array of creativity and talent. I introduced my new porcelain functional series: Windswept. I am pleased to announce that the Gardiner Shop will continue to carry this series on an ongoing basis.


Opening Saturday April 11th, 2-4pm at David Kaye Gallery, North/West corner Queen St. W. and Dovercourt (entrance ON Dovercourt – next to Starbucks).

I continue to work through the profound insights I had in China 2013 regarding the abstraction of identity, culture and aspects of society. Work shown will be recent bodies of work, work from my residency in Denmark (November 2014) and work from China. I am asking the public to consider different facets of their lives through the work, considering how each and every one of us can contribute to society in meaningful ways.

April 7 – May 1, 2015: Order in Disorder

My work Anima Worn (Sheridan thesis work, April 2012) will be featured in the Ontario Society of Artists Exhibition group exhibition opening on Thursday April 9th, 6-9pm at the Airt Gallery in Macdonald Block, 900 Bay Street (at Wellesley) – please join me to celebrate and see the show!