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Early Modern European Art. Painting and emblem books. Georgette de Montenay.
Iconography of Tabula Cebetis, Fortuna/Occasio.
2014 M.A. History of Art, University of Toronto (Renaissance Art)
2013 B.A. Hon., University of Toronto (History of Art and Visual Studies)
1993 Ontario College of Art (Associate degree)
2018 (Upcoming) Rebuilding the Temple in Georgette de Montenay’s Emblèmes.
International Congress of Medieval Studies
2017 Fit for a Queen of Reform: Georgette de Montenay’s Emblèmes.
Biblyon, livre et création littéraire à Lyon au XVIe siècle. Lyon, France
Fortuna’s Role in the Tabula Cebetis
11th International Society for Emblem Studies Conference. Nancy, France
Emblems Turned Upside Down: Tabula Cebetis and Allegories of an Unbridled World
Renaissance Society of America. Chicago, USA. The Society for Emblem Studies
(Forthcoming) Infrangible: Poems. Lancaster, Buffalo, Toronto: Guernica Editions.
“Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo’s Self Portrait,” poem in Ekphrastic Review, ed. Lorette C. Luzajic, Toronto, online journal, 2016. Link
“Finding without looking,” poem in Canthius, ed. Clare Farley and Cira Nickel, 2016. Link
“Forced Beauty” and “Untitled,” poems in Sein und Werden: Corpus, ed. Rachell Kendall, Manchester, UK, online Journal, Feb. 2016.
“Viral Load,” poem in TransVerse14: Gold Rush/Human Resources: Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto
“J.E.H. MacDonald: Designs for Reading,” essay in The Group of Seven Project, 1920-2005, ed. Dennis Reid et al, 79-81. Toronto: Ontario Association of Art Galleries.
“Farewell to Woodsyman,” poem in The Fiddlehead (Winter), no. 242: 89.
“Excrete,” poem in The Toronto Quarterly, no. 6: 56.
Reading the Face: Portraits, ed. Gordon Haat, Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, ON., 2000.
“Second Reading: Body Works,” essay on artist Jeanie Thib, in Matriart: a Canadian Feminist Art Journal 5, Gender/Identity issue, no. 4: 8-11.
“Crafting the Psyche: Picking up the Pieces: Quilted Stories,” review in Matriart: a Canadian Feminist Art Journal: Art/Craft hierarchy issue 4, no. 4: 32-7.
“Jeannie Thib: Survival Tips,” interview in Artword (Spring/Summer): 24-25.
“What Do I Believe In?” interview with artist Lisa Neighbour, in Artword (Fall): 5-6.
“Posted Her Incoherent Epistle,” essay in Resources for Feminist Research: Writing and Literature issue 21, no. 3-4: 16.
1997 Running to the Tower: an artist writing on her paintings.
1993 Votive Spindle Whorl.
1991 Slips of Nature.
1990 The Wind People.
Books collected by National Gallery of Canada (Art Metropole Collection), University of Western Ontario, York University, University of Toronto (E.J. Pratt), Woman’s Art Library/Goldsmiths at University of London, British Library, Museum of Modern Art (Franklin Furnace Collection), ArtTexte, Banff Centre Library, Virginia Commonwealth University, Columbia College, and others.
Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions
Sacristy at Gallery 76, Ontario College of Art, 1980
Edifice, Orifice at Chromozone Gallery, 1981
Five Women Painters at Studio 620, 1984
Painting Beyond the Zone at Art Resource Centre, 1984
What Strange Weather we are Having Lately… at the Goëthe Institute, 1988
Kaläzh at Alma Gallery, 1990
Mixed Media at Cambridge Galleries, 1990.
Small Press Centre Book Fair at the Mechanics Institute, New York City, 1991
Learn to Read Art at Basel Art Print Fair, 1991
Bookworks at Harbourfront Gallery, 1993
Red Head Light at Grunt Gallery, 1993
View: Paintings and Books at Samuel J. Zacks Gallery at York University, 1993
Away at OO Gallery, 1995
Paintings, Towers and Bridges, and Ingresso at Red Head Gallery, 1993, 1996, 1998
Windbags at The Music Gallery, 1997
A Thin Black Line at Artword Gallery, 2000
Paintings of Places Known and Beyond at AWOL Gallery, 2000
Pilgrimage at John P. Robarts Library at University of Toronto, 2002
Whimsical Architecture at University of Guelph at Humber College Art Gallery, 2006
Their Stories at Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 2016
Gallery and Exhibits Curator, TD Gallery, Special Collections, Toronto Reference Library. 2004-2017
Guest Curator, Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, ON. Reading the Face: Portraits, 2000.
Renaissance Society of America, Sixteenth Century Society, Italian Art Society, ICOM, SHARP, Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium, The Society for Emblem Studies, Historians of Netherlandish Art, Association of Print Scholars.
Former member of the collectives: Red Head Gallery, Toronto Small Press Group, Work Seen/Artword, and Matriart.