Maus Hunt

My work references natural history field guides in its usage of negative space and emphasis on the figure.
My thematic focuses on environmental issues facing contemporary Canada, especially issues facing birds and other migratory animals that are suffering from direct human impact.
I was born in Victoria, BC and raised in Nanaimo, BC and received my BFA in 2013 from Emily Carr University. I currently live and work n Vancouver, BC.

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10X18 inches

Gouache

Watercolor

Graphite

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