Lucky & Lillie were the willing participants and models in an artwork that explores a reversal in power relationships between dogs and their owners through a simple shift in scale. Relax & Tan was a billboard project that comprised a solo exhibition in 1998 at the SNAP Gallery in Edmonton, Alberta, and as part of a group exhibition entitled Teaching Apparatus curated by Diane Sherlock at Stride Gallery on Calgary, Alberta in 1999.
In comic book fashion, the paintings depict Casper the Friendly Ghost negotiating dimensional space. These works were included in an exhibition entitled Nobody watched the Green Hornet, curated in 1995 by John Geiger and held in the Project Room at The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Felix the Cat is evidently scared of his own shadow within a neo-conceptual representation of a Union Jack flag. This multi-paneled work was included in a solo exhibition under the auspices of the Studio Watch Program, curated in 1993 by Kitty Scott at the Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.