On June 10 I photographed many of the mosaïcultures internationales exhibits at the Botanical Gardens in Montreal… this truck was one of my favorite motifs (I love old cars and trucks). The above photo shows the exhibit just after it was created, literally planted in the truck! The surrounding flora in the exhibit were either not yet placed, or so small you don’t notice them… I thought I’d update this with a shot taken just a few days ago:
Look for a later post with more photos of the mosaïcultures internationales exhibit plus autumn color and flowers from the Jardin. Check out my previous post
As an expression of my love of the processes and transformative power of creating art I have enjoyed teaching and sharing my knowledge with young and old. Over the years I have trained myself to teach other artists and aim to inspire others to discover the creativity innate in themselves. I am a practicing artist who has expanded my art making beyond the studio into participatory engagement with different people in different settings. I lead young people and adults in creative experiences that deepen their understanding and engagement with the world around them and with their own creative fire.
I create my own unique Place-Based art – translating my flashes of wonder and impressions of a place onto the printed page through the laborious and time-consuming ancient technique of relief printing.
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