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1st Place, Accessories, The Art of Adornment 2020
Manitoba Rural and Northern Juried Art Show 2020
Touchstones Museum 2018

“Had Worn Them About The Same”

January 2018

This piece was designed with multiple variations and can be worn in over 5 different ways. It includes raw silk, up-cycled vintage fur, recycled wool lining, custom made antler buttons and deer hide (Thank you Dad!).

Best in Show – The Art of Adornment 2020
Touchstones Museum 2018

“That’s Right!|” Part 1

March 2018

This piece was designed as a Performance Art Piece with removable layers and was performed at the Summer Breeze Festival, Winlaw, BC, 2019.

Best in Show – The Art of Adornment 2020
Touchstone Museum 2018

That’s Right!” Part 2

March 2018

This piece, parts 1 and 2, were created using up-cycled, found or repurposed objects and fabrics. The crown is made from hot glue!

Art of Adornment Juried Art Show 2020

“Take The Bull By Its Horns”

June 2018

This piece was created from a pair of found shoes and transformed into a wearable head piece. The weighted chain allows the wearer multiple style options.

The Art of Adornment Juried Art Show 2020 Touchstones Museum 2018

“Oh Yeah!”

March 2018

This piece was created as a multi-layered piece from a vintage mens British wool sweater, vintage neck ties, antique brass buttons and up-cycled garter belt.

Wearables

The Mackenzie, crocheted with found acrylic yarn

Upcycled Garments


The T-shirt
made from upcycled upholstery samples, vintage Scottish wool sweater and jeans

Mixed Media

Paint-Ink-Design