View this very large three part exhibition at Ottawa City Hall August 26 to September 5 2016 in the beautiful Jean Pigott Place great hall.
One thousand, One hundred and eight seven photos........ .....and counting. ......unless we can stop this tide of violence....
One for every missing or murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.
I gratefully acknowledge the support of the Chalmers Art Fellowships 2016 administered by the Ontario Arts Council. This award will be utilized to research the next two portions of 'Mine is but a tear in a river' over the next four months across Canada. I will be gathering the opinions and facts regarding the causes of violence against Aboriginal women in the second portion. The final portion will address forgiveness and reconciliation. I will be researching how to best illustrate these findings through my art installation. The new work will be added to the work you see on this website and will be exhibited as a very large installation in the fall of 2016.
Ottawa city hall exhibition opens Jean Pigott Place August 26 to September 5.