Lalani Jennings Contemporary Gallery in Guelph, ON group exhibition
Lalani Jennings Contemporary has included 2 of my sculptures in the group exhibition, Colour and Form on until March 4, 2023 at their Guelph gallery. The other artists in the show are Kelly Uyeda, Chanel Desroches, Hannah Johnson and Jasmine Cardenas.
We can only hint at this with words.
We can only hint at this with words. Exhibition at Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art in North Vancouver, BC with artists Russna Kaur, M.E. Sparks and Andrea Taylor, curated by Kate Henderson and sponsored by Parc Retirement Living and North Shore Recreation & Culture. April 23-June 25, 2022. Digital publication (zine) available at the gallery web site smithfoundation.co/exhibitions-items/we…
Collaborative Artist Residency at Anvil Centre August, 2017
Essay by Kristina Fiedrich about the exhibition at Back Gallery Project, Voices of Unknown Origin (aka The Time Traveller), October 2016
Exhibition at Back Gallery Project
Solo exhibition at Back Gallery Project at 602 East Hastings, Vancouver, BC. October 6-22, 2016. Gallery hours Tues-Sat 1-5pm
Summer Letterpress Class at Emily Carr
Four Sundays July 17-August 14, 2016, 10am-5pm. More info here: https://www.connect.ecuad.ca/programs/courses/CEPR/112/SU02
Learn to hand set metal and wood type, mix ink, use letterpress printing presses, determine paper grain, pull proofs, print and distribute type. Print cards or broadsides, short poems or other short text of your choice using a selection of wood and metal type and ornaments. This course focuses on the traditional methods of typesetting and includes an opportunity to try linocut printmaking and hot foil stamping. Discover the origins of design methods and language we all use in the digital world today.
Solo exhibition at Malaspina Printmakers May 5-June 6, 2016
Analogy to a Blue Flame
upcoming May 6 to June 5, 2016
Opening on Thursday, May 5, from 6 to 9pm
Artist talk on Friday, May 13, at noon, co-presented by The Leeway, ECUAD
Malaspina Printmakers is pleased to present new experimental video and print works by Andrea Taylor, curated by Justin Muir. The works are an exploration of the vulnerability and power of embodied experience with a focus on form, sensation, and temporality; this exploration is a personal investigation of figures in 19th century photography and film which act as stand-ins for myself and also as time travellers now inhabiting the 21st century.