My journal project: eco-friendly lined journals made in Canada with covers screenprinted by me in my Vancouver studio. About this Journal: The context of this composition could be making reference to a relationship. The hotel could be a rendez-vous…for a new relationship, an affair? Or could be that was is being…

  Busy here at the studio getting ready for the One of a Kind show in Vancouver. This year I have a booth. I am bringing my own hardwall. You can see below my screenprinting tests for one of the panels. Packaging. Always something to think about. How do you…

My journal project: eco-friendly lined journals made in Canada with covers screenprinted by me in my Vancouver studio. About this Journal: I took this photo in the colonial town of Antigua, Guatemala in 2006 (link to my travel blog). These Maya women were participating in a protest in what is…

My journal project: eco-friendly journals made in Canada with covers screenprinted by me in my Vancouver studio.The image of the woman is from a trip I took in Guatemala. The expression on the woman’s face was one of someone who thinks a lot and that has many things to worry…

My journal project: eco-friendly journals made in Canada with covers screenprinted by me in my Vancouver studio. Para desterrar el mal humor – This Spanish phrase written by artist Frida Kahlo in one of her sketchbooks inspired a composition for my journals and a pocket mirror. The translation is “to…

My journal project:  eco-friendly journals made in Canada with covers screenprinted by me in my Vancouver studio. Every journal compositions starts somewhere, either inspired by a phrase or by an image. If I start with an image, I then look through my collected phrases or sentences and look for a…

Here is my third and fourth postcard homework for the course I am taking at Simon Fraser University — course is Exploring Arts for Social Change. I first talked about this homework here. See all postcards here. Postcards are written weekly, usually the day after class when your experience is…

Here is my second postcard homework for the course I am taking at Simon Fraser University — course is Exploring Arts for Social Change. I first talked about this homework here. I created this postcard by first scanning an actual paper postcard, then layered a background image from my Sketchbook…

Last week I started a new course at Simon Fraser University, called Exploring Arts for Social Change  taught by Judith Marcuse and Dr. Lynn Fels. I remember upon leaving the class last Wednesday that my thoughts were, “God, this is different!” I said that apprehensively but also with curiosity. If…

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