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Despite a lot of things, it's been a good year for art. This year, I've made the most art since a key year in high school. I also made 2 complete videos, another 3 in progress, worked on 2 short films, and did a lot of my own photography. I learned to digitally paint better, and learn some basic skills in 3D. I've also had several commissions and in the process of setting up a partnership with an art representative. Gradually, I'm getting better at French.

To start of 2014, I'm actually going to show you old art. I was in the process of cleaning up a hard drive, and I found raw photos I took of my pottery two whole years ago. I said, "Ok. I think it's time I dealt with these." I would have taken some new ones that are bigger and sharper, but I use my pottery and some of it is has worn down or broke. So finally, the ceramics section isn't barren, and there's actually a lot more to come.

Also, I few old artworks resurfaced from my hard drive that I've added to the 2011 folders.

There's also going to be a film screening of one of the films I worked on in Montreal this month. It's open to the public.

SCREENING JENNI 

Saturday, January 18, 2014

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For the month of December, I am featured in the Frontlines Press' Art section. I'm really happy about this, partially because they selected the art they wanted to show and picked some of my art that is socially censored out of existence. I'm really happy to see this art highlighted. It actually inspires me to keep working on similar themes, which I think are particularly unique to my artistic practice.