Duality
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Through the Mirror Lies (2014)

These self-portraits explore the challenge and the obsession of wanting to see my true self in mirror reflections. The portrait was first drawn by tracing my face on a sheet of acetate placed directly on the mirror surface, with both eyes open. The distortions this created symbolise and expose the limitation of the eyes and mind as tools to understand the self and the world.

 

Through the Mirror Lies is one of the Two-Way Mirror Projects.

Crowd Shot
Crowd Shot

8 x 11 Ink marker and acrylic on transparency, 2014

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Watching hula-hoopers
Watching hula-hoopers

8 x 11 Ink marker and acrylic on transparency, 2014

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Markowsky in the Matrix
Markowsky in the Matrix

8 x 11 Ink marker and acrylic on glass, 2014

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J.S. drawing
J.S. drawing

8 x 11 Ink marker and acrylic on glass, 2014

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Andrew the Great
Andrew the Great

8 x 11 Ink marker and acrylic on glass, 2014

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Sketches from The Works Festival, Edmonton (2014)

Plexiglass Paintings (2014 - 2015)

Roberts Creek Arts Festival
Roberts Creek Arts Festival

19" x 28" acrylic on Plexiglass, 2015

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Lab Art Show 6
Lab Art Show 6

19" x 28" acrylic on Plexiglass, 2015

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ChristmasParty
ChristmasParty

19" x 28" acrylic on Plexiglass, 2014

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LabArtShow
LabArtShow

24" x 36" acrylic on Plexiglass, 2014

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Sh'Bang Festival - The Quarry
Sh'Bang Festival - The Quarry

24" x 36" acrylic on Plexiglass, 2014

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Sh'Bang Festival - The Last Day
Sh'Bang Festival - The Last Day

24" x 36" acrylic on Plexiglass, 2014

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My Window on the World - Live at the Works Festival, Edmonton (2014)