Recent News

February 2023
For an exhibition at the Provincial Ministry of Health building, Sharon Thirkettle and I worked from the same photograph. Sharon painted her piece and I felted mine.


January 2023
A commission, featuring four of my Tree Series pieces, is displayed in its forever home over a king-sized bed.


December 2022
The hard work of quilting a large commission piece.


November 2022
Art show and sale in Sidney, BC was the first time I sold cotton-linen tea towels featuring my photo artwork. They sold out in two days!


Full Spectrum Sunrise gets a new forever home!


October 2022
Part of my solo show in a local church – a bright, sun-filled area which makes my art look fabulous.


April 2022
Trying my hand at dyeing various types of fabrics with spices and vegetables.


March 2022
Some playful art pieces made by painting and collaging papers.


December 2021
Preparing the template for the words "All Together Now" which are featured on a piece that will join a travelling fibre art exhibition on the theme of "On the Bias".


November 2021
A group of nine artists, including me, held our second annual one-week fibre art show and sale in Sidney, BC. Come and see us same time next year.


October 2021
Fibre Art Network (FAN) creates a travelling fine art exhibit that travels to galleries for three years. There are always three in circulation at any one time. This is the exhibit called 20/20 Vision on display in Qualicum Beach. It has approximately 50 pieces; mine is the purple one.


September 2021
Two of my fibre pieces hanging in the BC Ministry of Health art gallery.


July 2021
Happy news!! A felted piece, called Foothills, was accepted into the prestigious Sooke Fine Art show; it’s a virtual show again this year.


June 2021
An outdoor patio is beautified with a fresh looking garden quilt draped artistically over a white chair.


May 2021
Commission to quilt and add texture to a photo taken by Madeleine Guenette (permission granted) in Nelson, BC.


April 2021
Commission to print, quilt and add texture to my photo taken from a beautiful over-look at sunset.


March 2021
With a snow fall comes the opportunity to snow dye. The following photos show how it is done: Prepare the fabric for dyeing then scrunch it up in a ball and put into a colander. Cover with lightweight polyester fabric so dye particles don’t leave spots on the fabric. Cover with several inches of snow. Sprinkle 3 or 4 different colours of powdered fabric dye onto the snow then let the snow slowly melt. Shake out the dyed fabric and see the surprising results.


February 2021
Three of my recent pieces were juried into the Ladysmith Fine Art Show. They are now officially designated as “Fine Art”!


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