Argyle Fine Art, September 15th-October 9th, 2017

Pronounced hir-eath, a Welsh concept with no direct English translation, loosely defined as:

“A homesickness for a home you cannot return to, a home which maybe never was; the nostalgia, the yearning, the grief for lost places of your past.”

Megan presented the concept of “Hiraeth” to me at the perfect time. It was almost funny because it encompassed the work I was already making. Last summer my Opa passed away. We were very close and I would count him as a soulmate. We were very different people but we just understood and appreciated each other. He lived in Bayfield, Nova Scotia, in an old blue schoolhouse he fixed up in the 1990’s, which was practically my second home. This house holds so many memories for me and was such a big part of my life. It’s currently up for sale. After he passed I started making work that was centered around my Opa, as a way of grieving his loss. This body of work is an extension of that. It encompasses the nostalgia, the yearning and the grief I feel for my Opa and his home, and that many of us feel for those special places and people in our lives.


Chives Window Space, April 19th-May 20th, 2017

Photos by Frankie MacAuley

To Gather

MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning,  August 15th, 2016

Visual In Formation

Corridor Gallery, Visual Arts Nova Scotia, June 2nd-June 29th, 2016

Arts Ecology

Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University, March 3rd-March 13th, 2016

Echo Location

MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning, October 29th-December 29th