Something Always Beyond is my 2021 BFA thesis body of work, which investigates the human experience of nature through the lenses of culture, media, and cognitive psychology. The works orient around the phenomenon of plant blindness, a cognitive mechanism that causes us to pay less attention to plants than to other species. 


For a more detailed explanation of my research and concept, please read my thesis paper, available here.

"Silver Ragwort", 21" x 27", oil on canvas

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"Butchart Orchid", 21" x 27", oil on canvas

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"Echinacea", 24" x 30", oil on canvas

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"Visitation", 18.5" x 25.5", oil on canvas

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"Refuge", 19" x 23", oil on canvas

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"Irises", 36" x 24", oil on canvas


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"Bounty", 24" x 36", oil on canvas

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"Bird of Paradise/Mum's Backyard", 24" x 36", oil on canvas

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"Quadra Cabbage/Learning to Farm", 20" x 24", oil on canvas

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"After Sooke", 18" x 24", oil on canvas

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"Butterfly Garden", 21" x 29", oil on canvas

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"Field", 25" x 29", oil on canvas

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"Golden Chrysanthemum/Sacred Geometry", 19" x 23", oil on canvas

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"Columbines", 18" x 20", oil on canvas

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