Fruits and Vegetables Bones
With my studio empty due to an exhibition and wanting to stay busy, I decided to try my hand at restyling some outdated clothing.This resulted in visiting every thrift shop in town for fancy fabrics; then sewing non-stop with the results you see below. I hung these garments in my studio as I completed them, eventually producing a boutique-like atmosphere which became the focus of the pedestrian traffic and puzzlement since I had no sizes or particular idea of selling any garment. It was great fun!
An installation for the professional theatre, Theatre NorthWest, Prince George, British Columbia
Please join artist Susan Barton-Tait and curator Maeve Hanna for the opening of a new show – The Ladies: Isabella – at Storefront Studio, 1144 4th Ave on Thursday august 25 starting at 4.30pm. Light refreshments will be served. Help support local artists – come, take a look and say hello! The Ladies illuminates Barton-Taits ancestry, FRANK PEEBLES / PRINCE GEORGE CITIZEN AUGUST 23, 2016 07:44 “The legacy of Isabella McKenzie is built of pulp and human spirit. The story is almost wordless. Barton-Tait is a professional artist and she introduces her 19th century ancestor to the world in the frame of…
My studio is next door to the needle exchange. Tagging is a regular occurrence in this neighbourhood. With the landlord’s agreement, I tagged the back wall of my studio.
The final piece of the cast paper kitchen – the kitchen sink, counter and essentials needed to make a kitchen run: toaster, fruits and vegetables, tea pot, tea cups, bowls, implements, etc..