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Where We Used to Pick Cranberries

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A very personal and nostalgic work, this piece represents part of my family’s history here, both beloved in stories, and one I will likely never experience.
Part of a series that explores place through personal mapping, it is an examination of my connection to this land, my experience and history in this place. Part obsessive route planning, part dreaming of travelling the waterways of Pointe au Baril, these works sit in tension with themselves. Just as my presence in this place affects the ecosystems that make it so special, so to, the birchbark resists itself and the thread holding it together, stable yet fragile.
Embroidery and waxed thread on recovered birch bark. Framed in a 12 ½” x 15 ½” shadow box with glass.


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