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“River Stone Work 4 – view to bridge”, Eco-art installation, stones in river – Sculpting in the Decies, art residency, Sculptor’s Society of Ireland, Tallow, Co. Waterford, Ireland, 1991
Crown of ThornsEco-art installationMillennium Project, Little Cataraqui Creek, KAAI Gallery (now Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre), Kingston, Ontario 1992, 2000
“Generations I, detail” Sculpture Installation, masks and books, 10′ x 12′ –
Galerie 115, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 1987
“Generations II” Sculpture Installation, cast masks and books, 10′ x 18′ x 5′ –
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 1987
“River Stone Work 4 – view from bridge,” Eco-art installation, stones in river – Sculpting in the Decies, art residency, Sculptor’s Society of Ireland, Tallow, Co. Waterford, Ireland, 1991
Crown of Thorns, detailEco-art installationMillennium Project, Little Cataraqui Creek, KAAI Gallery (now Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre), Kingston, Ontario 1992, 2000
“Why is this woman smiling?” Sculpture Installation, multimedia with masks –
Galerie 115, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 1987
“Why is this woman smiling? detail” Sculpture Installation, multimedia with masks –
Galerie 115, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, 1987
“Generations I” Sculpture Installation, cast masks and books – Galerie 115, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 1987
“Generations II” detail – “Family of Nine” – cast plaster masks, 1986 exhibition, University of Ottawa Visual Arts Department, Ottawa, Canada
What a wonderful experience, working with editor Stephanie White on my article “For the Love of Books” (with my photos from Italy) free to read online in the architectural review, #OnSiteReview 40 – “the architect’s library.” I really enjoy the other articles by artists/designers/architects. #architecturelovers #architecturebooks #architecturewriting #Italy #canadianartbooks #travelitaly
AGO 2020-present: My “left-handed Covid Selfie” #selfportrait drawing was one of 3000 artworks in the online art exhibition, “Portraits of Resilience” at the #ArtGalleryofOntario. Search under “Karen Joan Watson” and enjoy the other artists’ work and stories.
2004, “Love Letter to the Library” – KJ Watson, Guest Editor. Editorial (STC) of “For the Love of Books” – School Libraries in Canada Magazine, 2004, Vol 24, Issue 1, Design by Jennifer Pfitzer @pfitjen
2004, KJ Watson, Guest editor (STC) of “For the Love of Books” – School Libraries In Canada Magazine, 2004, Vol 24, Issue 1 Design by Jennifer Pfitzer @pfitjen
Triangle5 Kingsmere Quebec
“Triangle 2 Kingsmere”, Eco-art installation, wood, grass and stones, 5′ x 5′, Kingsmere, Quebec, 2015
“Found Triangle” Photo, Kingsmere, Quebec, 2020
Triangle 6, Kingsmere, 2015
Pastel Pear Painting, 2019
My angels, drawing, 2017
Italian leather mask-making, with Sarah Sartori – masks, drawings, and moulds,
Centro Maschere e Strutture Gestuali, Venetian Villa Contarini Raffaella, Arlesega (Padua), Italy, 1990
Karen Joan Watson, featured in eco-art exhibition catalogue: Art for Earth’s Sake: The Millennium Project,
Ian Hodkinson, editor; copyright 2003 by the Kingston Artists’ Association
(Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Kingston, Ontario, Canada), ISBN 1-895163-11-0
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