Cell structures was inspired by the variety of grey tone patterns in the sand and expanse of Lake Ontario on Toronto Island. Taking a cue directly from these elements, a traditional Japanese suminagashi technique, akin to marbling, was adapted, where a drawing is created by working with sumi ink floating on water. It is then absorbed by placing kozo paper on the water’s surface. Selective areas were hand cut to open a play of light and balance.
Each work is framed in a shadow frame; dimensions are as noted.
Handmade in Toronto.