These wall works present an interesting conundrum. They were painted straight onto walls - some in my studio, some on campus at the University of Guelph and the University of British Columbia, as well as the Island Mountain Gallery. However, all but two of them no longer exist any more. They have all been painted over - "Making Visible" was actually destroyed when the building that housed this piece was demolished.

So why make these you ask? Because there is something immensely satisfying about leaving your mark on a wall (where you're not supposed to paint), about making something that is life sized and making something conquers space with just line, colour and design.