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."