Meet My “Goddess” @ the VASA Gallery: Mystical, Magic, Fantasy

I am thrilled to be a part of this show In St.Albert .

I will have my mosaic sculpture the “Goddess” with me.  She was debuted this summer at the Whyte Avenue Art Walk and the response was amazing and overwhelming!

Mystical Magical Fantasy runs from October 3rd to 28th, 2017, so this will give you some time to get an up-close look at her. She has been lovingly created with the most amazing materials including  Nottingham Castle, Alpine Mountain Rock from Morocco, and beautiful minerals from around the world!

Please join me at the opening reception on Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 6pm-9pm.  Appetizers will be supplied and cash wine bar.

I would love to see you and tell you all about my “Goddess”.

Whyte Avenue Art Walk 2017!

It’s been a great year and I’m excited to once again be a part of this amazing event!  I’ve been in the studio creating a sculptural piece these past few months, creating a nearly 7′ tall mosaic “Goddess”!  I am still working on her and plan to debut her at this year’s art walk.

Come and find me in McIntyre Park, by the Strathcona Farmers Market at  83rd Avenu and 104 Street.

As always, I will have a great selection of mosaic art,  jewelry,  and my pocket art series for your viewing and touching!

2017 Night Of Artists: 20th Anniversary

I’m super excited to be participating in the 2017 Night Of Artists: 20th Anniversary.  This is a fabulous showcase.  Please join me at:

March 9-12, 2017
Click HERE to get your ticket!

2017 marks the 20th year of Night of Artists and the 150th anniversary of Canada! Once again the show returns to the St. Albert Enjoy Centre for 4 days of art, music, fashion, awards and an overall celebration of the arts!

Join Me at the Holiday HeART Market

I’ll be at the Holiday HeART Market which is conveniently located next door to Duchess Bakery on 124 Street. We’ll be there for a long weekend of fun and fabulousness.

There will be paintings, mosaics, jewellery, reproductions, wood turning and fine art crafts from many local artists including myself, Meghan MacMillan, Igor Postash, Denise Lefebvre, Jay Bigam, Dilys Kulchitsky, Joriginals1, Trueman MacDonald, Carmen Gonzalez, Lori Frank, Ken Hawtin, Ramsey Dziubiak, Jenny Keith, Saeed Hojjati, Phil Alain, Diana Templeton and the Group of Some! Plus Mural Mosaic will be there with some of their mural building kits and Dryad’s Bounty will be along with some of her delicious and intoxicating homemade jams and jellies!!!

Bring your friends and join us for a weekend of art and shopping – we’ll even have a gift wrapping station set up.

Holiday HeART Market
Thur, Dec 8 – 11am to 8pm
Fri, Dec 9 – 11am to 9pm
Sat, Dec 10 – 10am to 5pm
Sun, Dec 11 – 12pm to 4pm

10714 124 Street

Whyte Avenue Art Walk 2016

This has been an amazing year and I’m super excited to once again be a part of this amazing event! Over 450 visual artists will bring their art supplies and works out into the streets. Together they create an outdoor studio and gallery spanning several blocks.  The event is grand promenade along Whyte Avenue (82 Avenue) from 101 Street to 108 Street. Artist will fill all the green spaces and several street closures too. It`s a long tour so bring your walking shoes!  You’ll find me at McIntyre Park, by the Strathcona Farmers Market.

Whyte Avenue Art Walk 2016
July 8 – 10, 2016
10am – 5pm
83 Avenue & 104 Street

Come find me at: McIntyre Park
by the Strathcona Farmers Market

Taking the Next Step In May 2016… To Art! Vancouver

Art! Vancouver plays host to a world-class art event in an exceptional waterfront venue, featuring reputable galleries and artists from across Canada and around the world. Building on Vancouver’s rich and thriving arts scene, Art! Vancouver 2016 will be held under the Sails, at the Vancouver Convention Centre East – a stunning and inspirational setting where art enthusiasts and collectors can immerse themselves in a wide array of beautiful artwork.

For four days, May 26 – 29, 2016, Art! Vancouver connects the international arts community under one roof. Here galleries and artists can showcase their works on a prestigious platform, while exposing attendees to a diverse collection of original work.

May 26 – 29, 2016

Show Times
Friday, May 27: 11AM – 7PM
Saturday, May 28: 11AM – 7PM
Sunday, May 29: 11AM – 5PM

Vancouver Convention Centre – East
999 Canada Place
Vancouver, BC  V6C 3C1

Make It! The Handmade Revolution

This year, I will be attending Make It! The Handmade Revolution at the Edmonton Expo Centre at Northlands on November 26 – 29, 2015.  Come check out my new pieces.  They won’t last long!

Make It is devoted to creating positive opportunities for artists, crafters & Designers. On the flip side, Make It is a shopping event that gives enlightened shoppers the opportunity to buy unique, ethically made goods from top artisans from all over Canada. The vibe at the show is funky, hip and modern very different from you traditional craft show. Make It is about appreciating creativity, connecting entrepreneurs, and giving conscious shoppers an alternative to the mall.

Off-Whyte 2015: Whyte Avenue Art Walk Holdover Show

10412-124th Street
Edmonton, Alberta

August 1st to 14th
Tuesday through Saturday: 10.30am to 5pm
Thursdays  10:30am to 8pm

I am proud to announce that I’ve been invited to show three mosaics at the Daffodil Gallery for the Off Whyte 2015: Whyte Avenue Art Walk Holdover Show. Please stop by and check out my pieces as well as those of some other fabulous artists including:
Crystal DriedgerRamsey DziubiakLori FrankGloria HoJude IfesiehSarah KirbyKaren Loranger-RoyMarcie RohrLeanne Schnierer and Janet Sutanto.

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is one of Edmonton’s most popular summer art events. Each year over 400 artists take to the street to show off their talent and creations.  With so many talented artists, it can be hard to enjoy all the art in one short weekend. So, in 2011, we created a holdover show to allow a select few to display their work with us once the hustle and bustle of the weekend is over. This annual show provides viewers with the opportunity to relive the Whyte Avenue art walk and take a closer look at the art the Art Walk has to offer.