A series reflecting on the anthropocene era’s effects on landscapes familiar and dear to me. Partly described in my personal essay in the Globe and Mail May 29,2019 https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/first-person/article-glaciers-give-us-so-much-more-than-fresh-water/?fbclid=IwAR06g38WPVqdobG7nbdXAnsYMRBT-p9icjgBtgd_P7XyqyrAK4ygqWgygkA

Many of these feature a brightly coloured fabric lining that bounces off the wall behind the piece. I saw a work by Joyce Wieland over 40 years ago where she used this technique. I have borrowed it, with gratitude.

I Smell Smoke 2018 182 cm sq 72”sq Fabric paint, hand embroidery, backpack webbing, pellon and satin lining. Photo, Ted Clarke

I Smell Smoke 2018 182 cm sq 72”sq Fabric paint, hand embroidery, backpack webbing, pellon and satin lining. Photo, Ted Clarke