In addition to publishing field journal excerpts in journals such as The Goose, Terrain.org, Cirque, and Camas, I’ve also exhibited both my field journals and larger works that I call “field journal paintings” in art galleries and science museums (see full list below)
Seeing Green: It’s More than Dandelions. Kamloops Courthouse Gallery. July 8-23, 2022. Kamloops, BC (Curated group show)
Finding Place: Exploring Home through Field Journal Art. Beaty Biodiversity Museum. April 1-Aug 29, 2016. Vancouver, BC. (Solo show). (see lovely review by Isaac Yuen here):
Finding Place: Exploring Home through Field Journal Art. Art Gallery of Golden. June 18-Sept 12, 2015. Golden, BC. (Solo show).
Finding Place: Exploring Home through Field Journal Art. Royal Alberta Museum. Sept 3-Nov 30 2014. Edmonton, AB. (Solo show)
Not Just a Snapshot: The Thompson Drainage through Field Journal Art. Old Courthouse Gallery. Jan 9-Feb 1, 2014. Kamloops, BC. (Solo show).
“Sisyrinchium idahoensis I and II” in Art and Science: Drawing and Botany. Thompson Rivers University Art Gallery. June 5-21, 2013. Kamloops, BC. (Juried group show).
“Wells Gray Lakes”, “Trophy Mountain Transit” in Speak to the Wild Art Exhibit, Upper Wells Gray Community Hall, Sept 4-8, 2013. Wells Gray, BC. (Invited group show).
Sisyrinchium idahoensis I and II in Botanical Illustration, Mann Library, Cornell University. Sept 26-Oct 26, 2012. Ithaca, NY. (Invited group show).
“Vol 8” and Vol “21” in Drawing on Nature, New Mexico Museum of Science and Natural History. June 11-Sept 11, 2010. Albuquerque, NM. (Invited group show).
“Vol 10” and “Vol 18” in Exploration of Art in Research, Thompson Rivers University Art Gallery. Oct. 2-29, 2007. Kamloops BC. (Invited group show).
Illustrated field journals as a way of knowing. Helena Public Library, Oct 1-30, 2003. Helena, MT. (Invited solo show).