Feather and Spri

2020 Series

Each one of my pieces is hand drawn in archival ink then mounted on a birch panel and covered with resin. This process makes each piece look like a porcelain tile which accentuates the delicate nature of the subject matter. I believe that art can not only change your living environment but can also change our natural environment. 20% of all profits go to support the work of World Wildlife Fund Canada. To view available art please visit my shop. 

Forest Floor 

I love the forest floor. I love the smell, the little fungus that grow there, and how the sunlight breaks through and hits the ferns. 

Hidden Strength

In 2019 my sister-in-law died of cancer. This series is dedicated to her. 50% of all profits go to the Canadian Cancer Society. 

Birch Series

Birch trees are elegant. They stand straight and tall. They are simple and yet elegant. Their bark gets more interesting with age. 

A Piece Of The North

Northern Ontario is full of beauty. 

Garden Visitors

In the last 20 years flying insects have declined over 70%. We can change that. By just planting native plants we can help the insect population.

Ancient Trees

When trees age they show their struggles. I love that. 

Evergreen Series

In the northern Ontario forest you are surrounded by large evergreen trees. These trees stand tall along the northern shores. They remind you of the wild.

Moss & Lichen

The beauty of moss is that age makes it beautiful. 

Native Birds

Like our wildflower and insects little birds are at risk. This comes down to loss of habitat. By growing native species you can help the birds. 

Wildflowers

Plants are the superstars of our ecosystem and yet we often take them for granted. Native species need our help.

Hidden Connection

In 2019 my sister-in-law died of cancer. This series is dedicated to her. 50% of all profits go to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Along The Road

In the north along the gravel roads wildflowers blow in the wind and buzz with bees.

Images by @amandasochanphotography