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Edmonton, AB, Canada b. 1981

 

Education

 

2013 — MFA, Concordia University, Montreal QC

2004 — BFA, Emily Carr University, Vancouver BC

 

Awards

 

2019 — Canada Council for the Arts, Research and Creation

2014 — The Joseph Plaskett Foundation Award

2007 — Visual Arts Development Award, Vancouver Foundation/ Contemporary Art Gallery

2000 — Fine Art Purchase Award, Vancouver Island University Painter Award, Vancouver Island University

 

Solo Exhibitions


2023 — Out for Breath, Monte Clark, Vancouver, BC

2021 — In It, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2019 — In the Grass, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2017 — Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC (forthcoming)

2010 — Lucky, L.E.S. Gallery, Vancouver BC

2008 — Really Good Mine, L.E.S. Gallery, Vancouver BC (with The Lions )

2006 — Cathedral, Access Artist Run Centre, Vancouver, BC

2005 — Evening Strolls, Lobby Gallery, Vancouver BC

2003 — Our Rental, Butcher Shop Floor, Vancouver BC

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

 
2024 — Spiders from Mars, Monte Clark, Vancouver, BC
2023 — Liminal Spaces, Curated by Andrew Booth, Monte Clark, Vancouver, BC
2023 — Objects of Affection, Curated by Max King, Monte Clark, Vancouver, BC

2020 — September, Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver BC

2017 ­— Regart, centre d’artistes en art actuel, Lévis QC (forthcoming)

2013 — ­A Process of Recognition, Battat Contemporary, Montreal QC

2012 — ­SORTIE, Concordia University MFA Exhibition, Former École des beaux­arts Montreal

2012 — Spark Video: Orange, Concordia University screening, Montreal, QC

2011 — ­Sitely Premises, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey BC

2011 — ­Spark Video: Tabernac, Spark Art Space, Syracuse NY

2011 — A Good Day for a Horse Race, East Van Studios, Vancouver BC

2010 — ­Happy Accidents, Red Bull 381 Projects, Toronto ON

2010 — Pulp Fiction, St. Mary’s University Gallery in Halifax (with The Lions)

2009 — ­Pulp Fiction, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto ON (with The Lions)

2008 — ­RBC Painting Competition, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Power Plant, Toronto; Museum London, London; Musee d’art contemporain de Montreal; The Rooms, St. John NL; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver

2008 — Pulp Fiction, London Museum, London, ON (with The Lions)

2008 — ­Anyone Got Wood?, Galleri SteinslandBerliner, Stockholm, Sweden (with The Lions)

2007 — ­Let There Be Light, Blanket Gallery, Vancouver BC

2006 — ­Dripped Dropped Split Upended Exploded, Tracey Lawrence Gallery (with The Lions)

2005 — ­In Excess, Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, BC

 

Bibliography

 

2017 — Le Journal de Levis, Abjective Tenderness proposes a history of renewed art. By Valerie Maltais,

2011 —­ Directional Work, No Kings Artist Book Press, Ed. James Whitman, Vancouver, BC/New York, NY

2011 — Lucky 7 Chanceux: Studio Arts, MFA Arts Visuels, Concordia University, Montreal QC

2009 — Pyramid Power, Issue Six. (Spring/ Summer) (with The Lions)

2008 — ­RBC Canadian Painting Competition: Ten Years

2008 — Leah Turner, “Pulp Fiction”, Canadian Art Magazine (Winter) (with The Lions)

2008 — Cinematic Folds: The furling and unfurling of images published by The Pleasure Dome, Toronto, 2008 (with The Lions)

2008 — Pyramid Power, Issue Four (Winter)

2008 — ­Really Good Mine, LES Gallery, The Lions. Exhibition catalogue published with texts by Lance Blomgren and Lee Henderson

2007 — Mia Johnson, Dripped, Dropped, Spilt, Upended, Exploded, Preview Magazine

2007 — ­Neue Probleme Magazine, Germany, October (with The Lions)

2007 — Hell Passport #17, Published By Perro Velag, Vancouver BC

2006 — Vanessa Kwan, Into the Black: Collin Johanson’s Skull Aflame, Cathedral, Access Artist Run Cente

2005 — Vanessa Kwan, In Excess, Helen Pitt Gallery, Catalogue

2005 — ­Just What is it That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver BC

 

Teaching

 

MacEwan University- Sessional Instructor

 

Mentorship

2020 — Mitchell Art Gallery, Exchange Artist Mentor Program, Edmonton Alberta