20 x 10 x 10
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 University of the Fraser Valley. She works primarily with ceramics, mixed media and acrylic on canvas, 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 member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Her work is found in public and private collections. When she isn’t in her studio, she enjoys hiking with her family and golden retriever, kayaking, boating or beach combing and taking photos.