Aluminum, Birch, Earth Pigments, Egg Yolk, Silk

This piece was also installed at Headbones Gallery in Vernon, BC (above) November - December 2015, and at the Kelowna Airport, May 5 - November 3, 2014 (photos below).

As per the statement on the Kelowna Airport exhibition wall:

"This work is intended to make reference to the human longing for and efforts towards flight, based on our age-old observation of the freedom of air-borne birds. The artist has also been inspired by her recent experience

attending a First Nations' brushing ceremony that included the use of eagle wings to clear negative energy. She would like "Wish" to convey the transformative power of intention, belief, and will."

Newspaper Article: The Kelowna Daily Courier