I have been in the lower48 less than a month, and I have yet to write up my lifechanging backpacking extravaganza on the Chilkoot Trail about my Artist Residency with the Yukon Art Center. But until I do that, I have another adventure in Canada to tell you about, this one in New Brunswick.
Opening on September 28, 2018, at the Sunbury Shores Art and Nature Centre is a new Moth Migration Installation. This exhibit focuses on artist’s handmade moths from Canada and Maine.
Also, I will host a Moth Migration Printsocial at Sunbury Shores and I invite you to drop by the gallery on Saturday to print and add your own moths to the exhibit. I will be bringing my hand press up from New York. I look forward t seeing you.
The Moth Migration Projected is a crowd-sourced collection of handprinted, drawing and cut paper moths exhibited in multi-sensory installations. Choosing moths, a nocturnal pollinator, as the vehicle for cross-pollination and international exchanged, I use social media to invite people to create paper moths native to their geographic location. To learn more go to: http://mothmigrationproject.net