A series of scientific crows, calibrating their instruments for experimental investigations.
The ephemera: original document 1839; original french receipt 1916; original receipt 1918; crow photography; original pharmacy label; illustrations of columns, table of the elements; vintage mechanical l drawing; ink bottle illustration.
The found objects: vintage watch parts, antique typewriter parts; antique pen nibs, vintage pewter heart pendant, vintage game piece; vintage automotive light, vintage globe hardware; antique nails; vintage stopwatch faces.
A trio of fish equipped for exploration of the ocean depths.
What discoveries await them!
The ephemera: vintage city plan of Montreal 1940s; vintage marine chart symbols; antique school book page 1895; School Atlas title page 1953; mechanical drawings 1940s; postal cancellation stamps 1930s; high quality reproductions of natural history illustrations of fish.
The found objects: rusty fleur de lys; antique stop watch parts; 1925 royal typewriter parts; antique optical lens; antique pen nibs; antique key.
After a two year hiatus due to the world-wide Pandemic, we are finally back to our cultural, in person events here on Vancouver Island. I am so pleased to be participating in THE MOSS STREET PAINT-IN organized by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. It is the biggest art event of the summer on Vancouver Island with 150 artists and 30,000 attendees. So exciting!
Click Button Below for Artist Map. I will be booth number 86 near the Dallas Street Entrance.
“Pachamama South American Goddess of Fertility, Cultivation and Harvest with the ability to sustain life on Earth.”
The ephemera: original vintage maps, original documents from the 1800s; high quality reproductions of natural history illustrations of leaves and butterfly, original vintage dictionary pages. original vintage nautical charts, vintage post mark.
New mini 4 inch by 4 inch double-sided collage blocks with Sea Creatures on one side and Fish on the other. Original vintage maps form the backgrounds and vintage nautical chart edges form the side borders.