Strange Seas of Thought
Exhibit at Ottawa International Airport
10 June - 11 September 2015

This solo exhibit was inspired by a work of William Wordsworth. In his epic poem “Prelude”, he set down these words referring to Sir Isaac Newton’s questing mind:  “Voyaging through strange seas of thought, alone.”

It seemed the perfect reference to the strange and wonderful landscape of the mind that is the playground for the artist. And the oblique reference to travel, either alone or in companionship suits the venue for this exhibit perfectly, as well.

The International Airport Authority Ottawa has generously provided a space for emerging artists to display their work. The gallery is located in the secure part of the airport across from Gates 13 and 14 and so can be seen by departing travellers before they board their flights as well as those arriving after landing in Ottawa.

If you are travelling through the Ottawa airport this summer I hope you will have an opportunity to stop and view my artwork. If you do, I hope it will brighten your day and raise your curiosity about the strange seas of the mind.

Pictures of the exhibit set up can be seen here.

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