Velour Clothing Exchange, founded by Myra Miller, is Calgary’s first dedicated buy/sell/trade clothing store. Formerly The Front Porch, Velour builds on its … More
Outdoor cabinet made with materials found in the Smith’s backyard, including old doors, cedar, plywood.
One night exhibition using Lucky Iron Fish to create a kinetic sculpture for Beakerhead 2016.
This project, in collaboration with the youth in the Greater Forest Lawn Youth Arts Action Committee, and Antyx was created to sit as a signpost in the middle of the Forest Lawn Natural Playground, pointing out the areas of the park.
This sign was made for a bookstore called Frosst Books in the old Bottle Depot building on historic 9th Ave in Inglewood, Calgary. It was connected to the Pith Gallery and Studios project that had transformed the derelict building into a vibrant stop in Calgary’s art community. Frosst Books featured a unique selection of books on Art, Design and Architecture; drawings and prints from local artists; artist books and zines. The gallery and bookstore no longer exist, but this shows the legacy of an artist run center that had a reputation for showing great art, and providing space for artists to work.