Featured - The Jealous Curator

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Thank you amazing Danielle Krysa aka The Jealous Curator for featuring my work.

“I have to share a story Susannah told me about the final piece above … “The piece with the gold halo is my daughter. She was born “unresponsive”. The necklace – with the arms – is from Mexican religious iconography which symbolizes “embrace and touch”, because after 36 hours of labour, I fought to keep my twins together, close with me and out of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit by doing “Kangaroo care”. The artichoke at the core has a heart, symbolizing love – and, throughout history, artichokes have represented hope, peace and a successful future.” I’m not crying, you’re crying. A beautiful story from a beautiful person {And, I’ve met her twins. They are creative, kind and amazing … just like their mama.}
- Danielle Krysa

Top 100 Sculptors


I’m very excited to announce Beautiful Bizarre Magazine included my work in their Top 100 Sculptors of 2018 on Instagram

a list of artists who work in a wide variety of mediums from found object assemblage, glass, textiles, wood, marble, sculpey, metal, wax, string, bones, feathers, fibreglass, sugar, resin, metal, clay, taxidermy, paper, textiles, fine porcelain etc., and whose works range in scale from miniature to larger than life or room size! All of whom I believe are among the greatest living and working sculptors of 2018."

Co-founder + Editor-in-Chief Danijela Krha Purssey

New representation - Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art


Announcing new representation in Calgary at Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art “…one of North America’s leading contemporary art galleries representing prominent Albertan, Canadian and international artists. The gallery’s program has an emphasis on process oriented artwork that challenges both the traditional use of materials and formal aesthetics."

Looking forward to working with co-directors Helen and Tamar Zenith, ass’t director Sabrina Sullivan and preparator Brandon Hearty.

Watch for my first exhibition at Newzones in December.