TRANSFORM – The Carlstrom Family Green Space at Home

TRANSFORM – The Carlstrom Family Green Space at Home

Inspired by Tiziana La Melia’s installation Rust Daughters say it with Flowers, create a whimsical sculpture using a plastic fork or spoon and other materials found around the house.

How can you alter a fork or spoon to make it look like something totally different?


About the Artist

Tiziana La Melia

Tiziana La Melia (b.1982) lives and works on unceded Coast Salish Territories/Vancouver, she is an accomplished artist and author. Early in her career she received national recognition for her work by winning the RBC Painting Competition in 2014. La Melia studied English Literature at Simon Fraser University and completed courses in textile design at Capilano College as well as a Bachelor of Fine Art from Emily Carr University and a Masters of Fine Art at Guelph University.




Rust Daughters Say It With Flowers by Tiziana la Melia was on display at the gallery May 30, 2019 - October 27, 2019. The exhibition connects the feminine unconscious to the accumulation of works and objects, from the past and present.

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