Between the Furrows is an exploration of our human understanding and interaction with land. As each individual viewer navigates through and relates to an image, they must subconsciously reconcile their own place, belonging, identity and purpose within landscape.
Between the Furrows is a series of large wood panels using natural figures and grain of wood to emphasise natural rhythms and forms of Alberta Prairie, accompanied by series of paintings on raw hides, and sculpture works of animal forms.
Each image reveals itself through an intimate process between artist and material. Wood, clay, and rawhide are worked upon without being overly modified. The final product is a negotiation between the interpretation of the artist and the natural characteristics of the material.