Photo credit: Brett MacFadyen
Alison's work is an ongoing conversation with her environment, exploring the raw, intimate fragments left behind by fleeting moments in the wild Canadian landscape.
She is endlessly fascinated by the internal feelings of revulsion, attraction, and curiosity that lifeless objects can illicit, and seeks to explore this in her work.
Alison's work is based in print making, mixed media techniques, and textiles. It seeks to capture time, layering life as it once was, and as it currently is; while paying homage to the meditative, absorbing, and enduring presence of craft and landscape throughout time.