Paintings

 

New Work : Solo Show

Gallery 3
May 13th-27th, 2017
1281 Wellington St W, Ottawa (613) 728-1281

 

Pond 110, 36×36 in, encaustic on ply, 2017.

Movements of Media: Group Show

Kingston Glass Studio & Gallery Inc.
June 17- July 31st, 2017
Opening: TBA

 

Mariel Waddell Hunter, Su Sheedy, Sharon Thompson
Three artists delve into the dynamic energy present in natural forces, exploring themes of renewal, resilience and decay. The interplay between these artists’ work sparks an immersive tactile conversation.

Kate Ducharme
Gallery Curator/Manager
Kingston Glass Studio & Gallery Inc.
56 Queen St., Kingston, ON
613-547-9149, info@kgsg.ca
kingstonglassgallery.com

Lichen 10, 16×16 inches, encaustic on striated ply, 2017

 

Lake Ontario Waterkeeper Fundraiser Gala 2017, Donation 

Further events scheduled by the Lake Ontario Waterkeepers include a celebration of Great Lakes Voices for the Wolfe Island Cultural Festival (June 23-August 12, 2017). For more information, contact Amy Wilford, amy@waterkeeper.ca
www.waterkeeper.ca

Pond 49, 36×36 in, encaustic on ply, 2017

Pond

I began the Pond series in 2009 as an homage to the wetlands near my home in Kingston, Ontario. My painting process is instinctual, spontaneous and quite physical. Rich layers of pigmented beeswax are gouged into, poured, and torched creating rowdy and random markings.

 

Parallel

The Parallel series was initiated in 2008 as an exploration into the use of the router and the potential of repetitive line. Working within a grid allowed me to explore colour relationships which would influence my later more gestural series of paintings.

 

Lichen

Since 2010 I have been investigating texture in a more three-dimensional format, while my interest remains in the Canadian Shield and the microscopic landscapes of lichen, fossils and fungi. The sculptural characteristics of wax allows me to think beyond 2-dimensional surfaces providing more dramatic ridges and grooves.