Thursday, December 28, 2017

Happy New Years

I wanted to wrap up 2017 with this post thanking everyone that I worked with throughout the year. A lot of fantastic projects and new public art works were completed due to everyone coming together. It was a great year for me, and I look forward to working with everyone again, (hopefully) and to meeting new people.

Thanks to my work on the Great Art for Great Lakes project, I have been commissioned to install the Aqua Lauta at the Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell's New Year’s Levee at Hamilton City hall on the 1st from 12 noon till 2pm. Now if that isn't a good way to start off the year as an artist. Here's a link:

The Aqua Lauta - An interactive sculpture that through pedal and hand crank power can take Lake or river water and treat it to the level of being potable. Made of wood, copper, steel, and brass, the sculpture can make drinking water from a fresh water source. Link to more details on the sculpture -

Here is the install of the Aqua Lauta at City Hall:

close up of the one display panel

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Congratulations John


It was a real pleasure to have met you and gotten to know you. (even if it was just a little really) Until we meet, and hopefully, work together again.

John William's new participatory painting, Mookibii, installed at the Aamjiwnaang Community Centre.

Read here: