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Calling Down the Northern Lights at Lac Lou
Work consists of three sleds entitled "Sky", "Bottle" and "Shoe". The sled, "Sky", supports a large deep blue sail which functions as a backdrop for the other sleds which are placed side by side before it. The sleds, "Bottle" and "Shoe", carry objects enclosed in Plexiglas cases. The "Bottle" sled contains glass canning jars. Inside each jar, is a green, light-emitting diode. The "Shoe" sled contains two pairs of pink satin ballet slippers on a base of pink wavy ruffle fabricated out of wood.
Dérives Noires Contigues I
Installation consists of three black and white silver prints, each of which depicts a tree, together with two wood and glass sculptures.
Image of six nude men, in a row, visible only from the abdomen to the mid-calf with their knees bent. Draped across the mid-thighs are what appear to be pieces of thin fabric.
Stripped, wood, medicine cabinet from which the mirror has been removed to reveal shelves and compartments containing vessels made of hog bladders and two glass lids.
Bird and insect inspired sculpture
Snow on Steps
Almost-to-full scale model of the front porch and steps of the artist’s home in London, Ontario. Simulated snow on the steps and porch on which are imprints of footsteps approaching and leaving the door.
Five etched glass disks, each with a portrait of a man, are laid out on the floor. Each disk is supported on one side by a book.
Black Water Cabinet I
A medicine cabinet, which has been painted grey, filled with a dismantled clarinet together with beaver and bear skulls.
Black Water Cabinet II
A medicine cabinet, which has been painted grey, filled with the following objects: violin, table saw blade, black and white photograph of a young boy playing a violin, pair of rimless spectacles behind which are large, yellow irises, plastic doll's hand and a hand made from metal
Glass bodice with beeswax placed in a lidded, wooden hive
The Procession of the Aurora Borealis
An installation work in three units comprised of three carts of molded snow bearing gifts: a tree stripped bare, more snow and a sled with dream catchers made of chemical bottles, copper cylinders and a network of tubes and wires. Piles of green and pink crushed glass fill the bottom of each chemical bottle. The entire work is placed on wheels.
Charcoal stone with khaki overlay; Pale green and cream slivers throughout stone; Dark red glass inlaid eyes
Charcoal stone with overcast; Head has pale green slivers and khaki colouring on it; Blue glass inlaid eyes
Charcoal stone with khaki overcast; White glass inlaid eyes with black stone inlaid in glass; Drill hole down mouth and representing nostrils
Mother and Child
Standing mother and child; Dark green stone and ivory.
Black stone torso of a figure of which the lower part of the body is the shape of a fin; Harpoon protrudes from the chest
Ashtray, Match, and Cigarette Holder
Three forms - rectangular container, a round deep container, and a round shallow container; dot, line, animal, abstract and figurative incised white filled decoration; small brown stone head with white glass bead eyes on lip of rectangular container
Three cut glass decanters with stoppers; Old Sheffield silver plate stand
Wide lipped decanter with triple neck rings and flutes around base; cross hatched vesica motif; grid stopper
The glass jug is cut around the bowl in five horizontal rows of an alternating square and cross design; The two rows above and below the centre row are of graduating size and perspective; Spout of jug is silver and has a moulded rim and curved pouring lip; Hinged cover has a looped vine and grape finial for lifting; Handle is silver and cast in a vine design with leaves; Elongated neck of jug is encased within a cast openwork sheath of vine and grape design
Banjo shaped vase, white ground with soft blue and green floral pattern, possibly violas or violets
Cameo bud vase; amber and colourless ground, with design of trailing stem of sweet peas curving around the body of the vase from the flat cut rim. Sweet pea designs in shades of mauve, shading according to colour of ground.
Moulded in fern frond design from the base, the fronds curving up the body of the base to the neck; blue-green enamel shaded ground to fronds; neck of the vase is flat-cut;matt ground with frond design in clear glass
Deep amber brown vase moulded in Parakeet pattern
Design, in what appears to be one of numerous goldfish, is moulded in red