Sunday, December 26, 2010

Merry Christmas!

This was the picture my son drew in the Christmas Card for his younger brother. Happy Holidays everyone!

Monday, December 20, 2010

Who Are We? Seeking Answers to the Big Questions--from the archives

Another collage from my archives (read: under the basement stairs). I can't pinpoint the exact date of this one, but it seems the coupon for TastiTaters on the back expired in July of 1998. Another 40 cents down the drain.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Don't Think Too Hard--From the Archives

From April 2000, another collage from an old bundle uncovered while packing. I did quite a number of these, mostly cut from the Ottawa Citizen or the National Post. I usually made them when I couldn't sleep. I got a big kick out of linking random sentences. When we were kids, my siblings and I would turn the sound down on the TV and turn up the sound on an unrelated radio program and laugh hysterically at the incongruity. We made our own fun.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Sketch 2010

This was my donation to Sketch, the art auction for Saw Gallery a few weeks ago. I thought I'd given it away without taking a picture, but when I got my camera back after lending it to a friend, there it was! The collage is on a piece of orange crate, with Captain Highliner framed by a lock-nut from a bike. The crab claw was from a summer excursion.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Super Cake!

This is another collage from 1998. The background is a recipe for raisin bran muffin's that was on the inside of a cereal box. I was participating in a weekly art project with poet Karen Massey and artist Katie Argyle and the topic of the week was "cake". Special appearance by David Kronenburg.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Future Cloudy

From a series of undated collages using "found" text, probably 1998? Judging from the optimistic tone, I'd guess I made this one during a bout of insomnia.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Moving Countdown

I recently found out I have a few months to move, so I have begun to excavate the layers that I have built around me. This includes digging through boxes from my previous move. I discovered a bundle of old collages from 2000 and before; some damaged, some unfinished, none documented. I'll be posting some of these in the days to come, starting with these two that were stuck together and are now pretty much illegible. I think it gives them a strange fragile beauty. I might work on them some more, or maybe frame them. I like how they have transferred information onto one other, encrypted each other. Or maybe I should throw them away. Right now they are spread out on the floor with my cat sitting on top of them. I'm not much of an archivist.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

101 Frames 2010 - Gallery 101, Friday Dec 5

It's that time of year again! This will be my third year to contributing artwork to this annual art auction, and this year's theme is the 3rd of the 7 deadly sins: Wrath.


4-240 Bank Street, Ottawa (entrance on Lisgar Street)

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Doors open at 7pm – 1am

Featuring: DJs The O’Malley’s and Jas Nasty

Tickets: $10 or $15 at the door
or at After Stonewall- 370 Bank Street, Collected Works – 1242 Wellington St. W., Mags & Fags – 254 Elgin

Rumour Has It at Cyclelogik, Friday Dec. 3 at 8 pm.

I'll be exhibiting three pieces in Rumour Has It at Cyclelogik at 1111a Wellington St. West. The opening is friday night beginning at 8 pm. Come on by and check out art from 40 local artists at this very cool cafe/bike shop!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Idle Hands 2010, Sunday Nov. 28th, 10 am -5 pm

This Sunday I will be at the 2nd Annual Idle Hands show at Patrick Gordon Framing 16o Elm st. Ottawa, ON K1R 6N5. Check out for details. This year's event features a stellar cast of artists and artisans with proceeds going to the awesome Lady Evelyn Alternative School.

Sketch 2010, Friday, Nov. 26, 8 pm to 2 am

This will be my 3rd time participating in this annual fund-raising art auction. I don't have a picture of my submission right now, but it eludes to a romantic interlude between Captain Highliner and Carnivale hero, Bonhomme. Come on out to the Saw Gallery this Friday night and buy some local art!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Lumiere Festival 2010, Saturday, September 4!!!

September, already? Time for the Lumiere Festival 2010. Here is a sneak preview of what I've been working on for this year's Festival. As you can imagine, this will look quite different by candlelight. Helpful hint: consider how you will transport an art installation across the city BEFORE you start building. Fortunately, I have friends who were willing to lend me their truck (thanks!!!). I will also be installing my bike wheel chandeliers in the park again this year. If you've never been to this festival, you must check out the lanterns and performers that will populate Stanley Park along the Rideau River this Saturday!!!

Friday, July 23, 2010

Urban Art in Minto Park, Tomorrow!!!

Middle Age Spread

After months of preparing, Urban Art in Minto Park is tomorrow. This is the 5th annual show and the second year that Katie and I have been the organizers. Things are chugging along, so as long as mother nature cooperates, we should have a fantastic day in Centretown.

I will have Mobius T-shirts at the show, as well as small collage work and cards, and I have made three sculptures to place around the park.

Come on down and check out the 60 or so dynamic artists and craftspeople that will be showing their work in this idyllic downtown park at Elgin and Gilmour st.

Apres Duchamp

Stationary Bike

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Urban Art @ Minto Park

Just over a week to go until Urban Art @ Minto Park and things are coming together nicely. We have a selection of over 60 local artists. Some are veterans of this 5th annual event (2nd that Katie and I have put together) and for some it will be their first show ever! We have several collectives and will have a booth for Ottawa School of Art Grads and a table for Lady Evelyn Alternative School, who will be selling hand-painted canvas shopping bags as a school fundraiser. Post an anonymous message at the Post-it Secrets booth, or leave your mark with a chalk drawing on the boulevard of this beautiful downtown Ottawa park.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Stone Book at the 2010 Wakefield Piggyback Fringe Festival

In conjunction with 2wp and the Stone Book performance by Jan Andrews at the 2010 Wakefield Piggyback Fringe Festival, Ottawa artists Timothy Hunt and Annette Hegel will facilitate the audience interactive construction of freestanding stone sculptures at the Molo CafĂ© and the Wakefield Farmer’s market on Saturday, June 26th between 11am and 2pm.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

From the Dovercourt Website

Timothy Hunt @ Dovercourt Community Centre June 1st - June 30th, 2010

collageThis month, local artist Timothy Hunt presents a selection of 18 collages from the Globe and Mail Project. Acting on a free three month subscription from Canada’s National Newspaper and armed with only a pair of scissors, a typewriter and a gluestick, Tim embarked on a 90 day marathon of humorous collages using clippings from each day’s newspaper spanning topics including sports, religion and politics. The results are... well, you be the judge! The entire collection of the Globe and Mail Project can be viewed at

Timothy Hunt is an artist and Sculptor living in Westboro. He has participated in numerous shows across Canada with his company Mobius T-shirts and his artwork has been seen around Ottawa at the GCTC and many Art in the Park events. His “bicycle wheel chandeliers” were a big hit at last year’s Lumiere Festival in New Edinburg’s Stanley Park. Tim is also co-organizer for Urban Art in Minto Park, a juried Art and Craft event in downtown Ottawa, Sat July 24th. If something is not nailed down, it may well find its way into Tim’s artwork and he has been know to run with scissors.

Timothy can be contacted at
For more information about the artist,visit

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Black Box Collage: #26 , Fearless

This week's Illustration Friday Topic is Fearless.
#26 in an ongoing series of collages made from items in my recycling bin.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Black Box Collage: #25, Not Fastened On

#25 from an ongoing series of collages from the contents of my recycling bin.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Saturday, May 1, 2010

C4 Gallery, Reception: May 6 from 7-9pm.

Current Exhibition:Goulbourn Recreation Complex1500 Shea RdMay 6-June 7
Opening reception: May 6 from 7-9 p.m.
The current exhibit?s feature artists include:
Caleb Abbott, Gail Bourgeois, Daniel Campbell, Erika Ferrarin, Julie Fletcher, Katherine Giles, Christopher Glor-Bell, Timothy Hunt, Caroline Joanisse, Dana Langevin, Amanda Lloyd, Virender Paul Madan, Rohann Matthews, James McCallum, Jessie McComb,Winston Monroe, Ben Probert, Julia Sabourin, Laura Schutte, Alex Stancenko, Alexa Vanveen, and Nancy Webb
The C4 Gallery is a cooperative venture between the City of Ottawa?s Community Art and Public Art programs. For more detailed submission information please visit or call 613-244-3745.
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For more information:
Media contact613-580-2450
Public inquiries3-1-1

Friday, April 30, 2010

Black Box Collage: #23, Spring Cleaning

#33 from an ongoing series of collages from my recycling bin.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Black Box Collage: #22, Swimming In Hazardous Waters

#22 of an ongoing series of collages from my recycling bin.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Black Box Collage: #21, Support for Self-loathers

#21 from an ongoing series of collages from my recycling bin.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Black Box Collage: #20, Desert of the Soul

#20 from an ongoing series of collages from my recycling bin.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Black Box Collage: #19 Getting Ahead

This week's Illustration Friday topic is Ahead.
#19 in a series of collages from my recycle bin.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Monday, April 19, 2010

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Black Box Collage: #15, The Detective and the Fish

This weeks Illustration Friday topic is Detective.

This is #15 in my ongoing series of daily collages from my recycling box.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Black Box Collage: #13, Squirrels Must Be Monitored

It's not just the bird feeders and the garbage that the squirrels are getting into.
The Black Box collages are an ongoing series of collages made up from items in my recycling bin.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Black Box Collage: #11, Missing Glasses Mystery

From today's recycle bin: NewLook eyewear flier, Chill Magazine

Monday, April 12, 2010

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Black Box Collage: #9, Morale Booster

Today's collage from my recycling box: Kitchissippi Times, Chatelaine, Pharmacy calendar

Friday, April 9, 2010

Black Box Collage: #8, Linked

This week's Illustration Friday topic is linked.
From my recycling bin: The Globe and Mail, The Real Estate Book

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Black Box Collage: #7 Stress Relief

From my recycle box:

Ottawa Super Saver, Valley Squire Furniture flier, National Arts Centre Schedule

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Black Box Collage: #5, Pesky Lobsters

(click on image to view larger version)
Don't let pesky lobsters ruin your dream house.
Hire a licensed lobster exterminator
BEFORE lobsters invade your home.
From my recycle bin:
Canadian Tire flyer, The Glebe Report, Enbridge home renovation flyer

Monday, April 5, 2010

Black Box Collage: #4 Steady Growth

For further evidence of our company's
modest, but steady growth, please refer
to the tie graph below.
Sources for today's collage from my recycle box include, The Globe and Mail, Enbridge Newsletter, Renovation tips flyer. Text is typed on a lunch bag.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Submission to C4 Gallery

This is my submission for the C4 Gallery, a mobile gallery that houses each work in a small drawer. My piece is a mini globe of my community. Because of its shape, the ball will revolve when the drawer is opened revealing different viewpoints and reflecting the changes taking place in the landscape.
From the City of Ottawa Website:
The C4 Gallery is a one-of-a-kind mobile cabinet that will travel to community centres across Ottawa for two-month exhibits. The cabinet’s 24 drawers have been specially designed to display small pieces of art submitted by a wide range of artistic talents, from emerging to professional artists. Every two months, the C4 Gallery will be moved to a different community centre with a new set of thought-provoking art pieces tucked inside its drawers. Artwork currently on display is swapped with the incoming art, so that each contributing artist is presented with a piece of art in exchange for his submission to the gallery.