top of page

Furthering my research into the act of UN/making, this exhibition draws on the history of Still Life painting to bring attention to the material histories and effects of objects.  Resisting the temptation to create more work, the entire 3D immersive drawing was made by extending the lines depicted within a single still-life painting, incorporating my collection of things, and reconfiguring existing works of art within my archive to breathe new life into their form, context and material. To learn more about the exhibition, visit the show Akimbo or attend the free artist talk on Tuesday, November 22, at 10 a.m. 



Hands-on art installation takes shape at college campus, Kevin Lamb, Orillia Matters, November 29

Canadian artist Jill Price uses that which already exists in the creation of her new exhibition UN/making the Frame

Local artist explores how unmaking can lead to a more creative and sustainable art practice, November 13, 2022

bottom of page