INJUN-uity Show, Two Rivers Gallery, Prince George
Solo show on cowboy and indian stereotypes runs from April 12th, 2017 until July 8th, 2018.
Blankets at 'A Thread Runs Through it' show in North Vancouver, BC.
'Wonder' blanket on display at Two Rivers Gallery during the Voice show.
Burden? at North show in Prince George, BC
The interactive piece Burden? at the North show during the Canada Winter Games in 2015. Viewers were invited to answer the question, "Burden?" when looking at the young Metis woman lying on the bearskin rug. Their answers were recorded right on the canvas. Shown at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, BC.
Pushing Boundaries show - North Vancouver - 2015
A screen shot of the opening night, my blanket 'Holiday' in the background.
Blankets, at show in Kamloops, BC
Blankets, Acolyte and Halfbreed Mother on display at the Thompson Rivers University art gallery in Kamloops.
Title: Halfbreed Mother
Blanket, Halfbreed Mother on display at the University of Northern British Columbia's Rotunda Gallery.
Diadem - 8ft Solar Lamp
Commissioned by Coca Cola for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, this 8ft lamp is covered in ravens soaring through Métis floral patterns. Materials: Fibreglass, acrylic, solar panel, lighting fixtures.
Art Unveiling, Group Shot, Vancouver 2010
Artists Gary Oker, Kim Stewart, Calvin Hunt, and Corine Hunt with Calvin Hunt's carving.
Press Conference, Vancouver 2010
Kim at the unveiling of her painted solar lamp created for Coke during the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Canada.
Installation Title: Their Work In Progress
2100 wooden blocks make up this spiral tower. Based on the 'Tower of Babel' story, these blocks have a binary coded message on them. Installed at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, BC
Kim at 'First' show
At First show with pieces Acolyte and Intellectual Property. Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George.
Installation Title: Their Work in Progress
Installation of 2100 blocks hides a message within its binary code. At Two Rivers Gallery, 2008.
Set of 3, Bundle Drawings at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, BC.
Cull Pile, Vanderhoof, BC
An interactive installation that was burned at the end of the show. 2007. (Theme - Pine Beetle Kill)
Entanglement hanging in the Galeria at Two Rivers in Prince George. This piece toured through Northern BC.