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Once we were trees, 2002

7 ft x 7 ft x 7 ft

Pine

Gallery Arts Sutton

Once we were trees, 2002

7 ft x 7 ft x 7 ft

Pine

Gallery Arts Sutton

Once we were trees, 2002

7 ft x 7 ft x 7 ft

Pine

In the garden 2009

The Tree House, 2002

Wood, roots
11 ft 4 in H x 6 ft 8 in W x 7 ft 8 in D

Reflection in the pond, 2005

video still from'While I was asleep"

The Tree House, 2002

Wood, roots
11 ft 4 in H x 6 ft 8 in W x 7 ft 8 in D

In the garden 2009

The Tree House, 2002

Wood, roots
11 ft 4 in H x 6 ft 8 in W x 7 ft 8 in D

Musée de beaux-art de Sherbrooke

The Tree House, 2002

Drawing by Joanne Beland

Late Fragment

by Raymond Carver

 

And did you get what

you wanted from this life, even so?

I did.

And what did you want?

To call myself beloved, to feel myself

beloved on the earth.

 

From "A New Path to the Waterfall,
Atlantic Monthly Press, 1989
Translation : Michèle Plomer

Installation for Tendancies

photocopies, wood chips, pine tree, branches

6 ft. H x 7 ft W x 3 ft D

Gallery Arts Sutton

The Lime Tree, 2005

A time-based work created over 43 days for the exhibition 'Light and Shadow' at Gallery Arts Sutton.

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