2012 has come and gone and the world didn’t end. Congrats to everyone for that.
I’ve had a long break back home in Ontario where I’ve been trying to avoid thinking about my studio and my upcoming show opening on January 7th at the Anna Leonowens gallery. This has lead me to sit around and worry about things that are not worth worrying about. For example: What if someone took all my boards and painted over them all? or What if all the mice and rats of NSCAD got together and have been snacking on all my paintings and now I’ll come back to only the left over woodchips?
Useless concerns, but still there.
The show will be a selection of oil paintings and one 16mm film I completed this year based around themes of domesticity. I’m excited about this show because this will be the first time I will show my paintings in the same place as one of my films, finally making my practice one.
I hope to see everyone at the opening! (I’ll try to make good food, promise.)