Below is a process diary of my current studio work. February 25, 2018 A cold Siberian wind is blowing outside today, but spring is starting to bloom inside the studio.
In 2017, I started incorporating beading into sculptural works. The resulting series of fishes reflects my personal study of the Mediterranean Sea and Italian lace-making, combined with a long-standing interest
Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada from September 12-23, 2016. Click here for the Thesis Exhibition Statement.
Beaded works on felt.
A series of large format drawings featuring the bridges of Saskatoon, Canada in various states of dysfunction.
In this series of work I’m exploring Métis identity and aesthetic sovereignty. I’m looking at the works of many contemporary Métis artists including Christi Belcourt and David Garneau as I
Corinna Wollf presents Third Space Carnival Print Installation at Nuit Blanche Saskatoon – September 26, 2015.