March 30, 2020

またね (Matane) a final solo exhibition in Japan

After almost 3 years in Japan it will be time for us to say またね (Matane) (see you later), if everything goes as planned we will move back to Montréal in July. I will be very sad leaving this beautiful country that has given me so much inspiration and there are many good friends that I will miss dearly, that's why I will not say 'sayonara' (goodbye), I will say 'Matane' (see you later).  I really hope to be able to travel back to Japan to visit my friends in this wonderful country in the future.

Many of you have been asking me for this so before the big move I am organizing one last solo exhibition right here in Nagoya! The exhibition is titled またね (Matane)’ and will be held at the gorgeous Esplanade Gallery which is located in a beautiful, traditional Japanese building close to Endoji  Shotengai shopping street and about a 5 minute walk from Nagoya International Center. The exhibition will run from June 2-7 (Tuesday-Sunday) and I will be there every day during opening hours (Tue.-Fri. 13:00-18:00 Sat. 12:00-18:00 Sun. 12:00-16:00).

On display will be a series of Japan inspired pieces both on wood panels and traditional Japanese washi paper as well as a series of prints and cards from previous bodies of work. For Japan based collectors this will be a wonderful opportunity to add one of my gorgeous pieces to your collection without having to deal with complicated and expensive shipping arrangements.

I am looking forward to spending some quality time with all of you please mark your calendars and come say hi at Esplanade Gallery in June!


February 27, 2020

Thank you for visiting Artist Project 2020!


I would like to thank everyone who visited booth 831 at Artist Project 2020 last week! It was wonderful to be back at the show after two years of absence, I was thrilled to see so many familiar faces. My new, Japan inspired, body of work 'World on Washi' received so much love, congratulations to all my collectors who added one of these beauties to their collections. I am so grateful to have had this amazing opportunity to re-connect with all my wonderful collectors and fellow artists in the Toronto area, I am already looking forward to Artist Project 2021!

Did you fall in love with a piece in booth 831 but didn't get a chance to come back for it? Or were you unable to visit the exhibition? Good news! Some of these gorgeous pieces stayed behind in Canada and you can go visit them at Latitude 44 Gallery in Toronto or Viva Vida Art Gallery in Montréal. For those of you here in Japan, you are always welcome to make an appointment to visit my studio for a private viewing and of course all available works can be found on my website. Please scroll down for an overview of the pieces that are still available, for any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.

Available at Latitude 44 Gallery

2900 Dundas Street West, Toronto


Available at Viva Vida Art Gallery

278 Lakeshore Road, suite 2, Pointe Claire


Available at ArtistAbroad.com