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2,005 vitrified clay stones, placed on a cobblestone beach in Victoria, BC. Each stone was numbered.
The stones were exhibited at the Kelowna Art Gallery
in the exhibition 2nd Nature in 2005.
Impermanent installation in two California Live Oak trees. Djerassi Ranch, Woodside California
Ephemeral installation made in a grove of pines, Woodside, California.
Soft green cotton cord looped through the branches of
an old moss-covered Red Cedar tree in the Great Bear Rainforest in Northwestern British Columbia. This was featured in the film series Landscape as Muse
|ephemeral art installations nature-based art time-based art ephemeral art Canadian organic sculpture outdoor installation art|
In the tradition of flower carpets, (infiorata and alfombres de flores) rangoli, and kolams around the world, these flower circles are done with a community spirit in celebration and in hope.
|April to October 2003
Momentary installations made between the tides
on the popular beaches of Vancouver, Victoria, and Saltspring Island.
An environmental/interactive/insertion art project. Thousands of shaped and engraved pieces of shell were given to 140 participants, who placed these shells on beaches, rivers and waterways around the world in commemoration, honouring, contemplation and gifting.
|2001. Installaton of thousands of Sitka Spruce cones placed beneath a small grove of Spruce trees in Northern BC.|
|2001. Honouring the people of Toronto Island and the Cottonwood trees whose roots hold the drifting sands of the island together.|
|2000-2001. A year-long project with the Surrey Art Gallery.
Numbering every leaf on five trees (!) and writing poetic lines on leaves throughout Bear Creek Park. When the leaves fell, they were collected, washed, dried, pressed and pinned to the walls of the gallery. Gallery visitors were invited to participate.