2017: Nothing is Newer than Craft - Art Gallery of Burlington, ON
Through the work of sixteen emerging makers, the exhibition explores how craft materials, tools and processes are creatively reiterated through the hands of a new generation of makers.
Exhibited: 'Smoke on the Water' - Handwoven, hand dyed silk, plant dyes, organic cotton; 2016
2017: Carnegie Craft Juried Biennial Exhibition - Carnegie Gallery, Dundas, ON
An event that features a wide range of talent from Ontario-based craft practitioners.
Exhibited: 'Blue Heron' - Handwoven, hand dyed organic cotton, natural indigo, silk; 2016
2017: Journey of a woven Thread - Artists on Elgin Gallery, Sudbury, ON
Solo exhibition that journeys along the path and progression of work from the very beginning to current collections.
2017: Wearable Expressions 7th International Juried Exhibition, Palos Verdes Art Center, Palos Verdes CA
Established to promote the sharing of new visions and the exploration of innovative techniques and materials in art to wear.
Exhibited: 'Not For The Faint of Heart' & 'Electric Rainbow' - Handwoven, organic cotton; 2016
2016: Craft Forms 22nd International Juried Exhibition, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, PA
The exhibition is dedicated to enhancing the public’s awareness of contemporary craft while providing a venue for established and emerging artists alike to share their functional and creative endeavours.
Exhibited: 'Pins & Needles' - Handwoven, organic cotton; 2016
2016: Complexity Biennial International Juried Exhibition, Complex Weavers Org, St. Charles, IL
Featuring works which employ complex weave structures. Complex weaves seek to interlace threads and fibers in ways beyond plain weave. Complex weaving is defined by the cloth produced and the mind it took to create it.
Exhibited: 'Infinity' - Handwoven, organic cotton; 2015
2015: Materialize Juried Exhibition - Craft Ontario, Toronto
Craft Ontario is committed to fostering the next generation of professional craft practice, and this year’s exhibition is the second annual juried collection of work that celebrates a diversity of creative, innovative and skilled incarnations of material culture. Exhibited: 'Dances With Shadows' - Handwoven, organic cotton; 2015
2015: Lasting Effect - Curated by Melanie Egan - Harbourfront Centre, Toronto
A work can endure because it fits our idea of what constitutes classic design, or simply thanks to process and materials. These works resonate with the past, by reimagining timeless methods, or re-purposing materials to infuse them with contemporary meaning. It’s about work that lasts. Exhibited: 'Symmetry' - Handwoven, hand dyed, plant dyes; 2009
2017: Award of Excellence in Craftsmanship - Carnegie Gallery
2016: Award of Merit - Craft Forms
2016: Founders Scholarship - Guild of Canadian Weavers
2015: Helen Frances Gregor Scholarship - Craft Ontario
2015: 2nd Prize - Cabbagetown Art & Craft
2016: Youth Beat - Fall Bulletin Publication, Guild of Canadian Weavers
2016: Nature Craft - Garland Magazine
2015: Gift Guide - Toronto Life Magazine
2015: Gift Guide - Girls of TO
2015: Bringing Precious Back to Cloth - Belleza Moda Magazine
2015: Made Here - Sunday Crush Blog
2015: Canadian Design - Kiku Corner Blog
2016: Shadow Weave - Guelph Guild of Weavers