multi-fired, oxidized and glazed clay
Fill your home with a sense of awe and wonder with this tree-inspired sculpture, which is both representational in appearance and multilayered in meaning. According to the artist, trees have hidden complex lives, and commonality can be found with them; trees speak about vulnerability, community, beauty, brokenness, nurture, help and hope.
Bev studied Fine Arts at the Uni¬versity of the Fraser Valley. She works primarily with ceramics, mixed media and acrylic on can¬vas, and has also created a line of jewelry that has sold across Canada. She is a requested art instructor, and takes pleasure in teaching art to students of all ages. She is also an active mem¬ber of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Her work is found in public and private collections. When she isn’t in her studio, she enjoys hik¬ing with her family and golden retriever, kayaking, boating or beach combing and taking photos.