Thursday, 13 July 2017

The collection


A series of things that were once in a box,  now categorized according to shape, purpose  and / various associations. 


Thursday, 16 June 2016

Sunday, 15 May 2016

The PHP & other work @DefSup's Urban Infill 2016



Thanks to fellow Satellite Studio Artist Collective Member Sam Shahsahabi for sharing this beautiful St. Paul Street exhibition space for this years Urban Infill.


Sam's wearable art went well with my artwork!





Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Stop by Thunder Bay Art Gallery before the 10th to see Preservation | Desire to Fill



"Preservation / Desire to Fill is a two-person exhibition featuring Susan Kachor Conlon and Carol Kajorinne. In their work, both artists recollect life events, family and the landscape of Northwestern Ontario. Connections of memory and loss infuse their work with a sense of time and place that offers subtle reminders of one’s mortality. Reflecting the passage of time through worn, decaying materials and objects associated with everyday use; this body of work explores universal themes of loss and preservation, death and rebirth, emptiness and ultimately, the desire to fill."

For more information about the show and gallery hours visit the art galleries website:
http://theag.ca/events/preservation-desire-to-fill-carol-kajorinne-and-susan-kachor-conlin/

Susan Kachor Conlon and Carol Kajorinne would like to acknowledge the support of the 
Ontario Arts Council's Northern Arts and Exhibition Assistance programs 
in the creation and exhibition of these works.


Sunday, 22 November 2015

New work at DefSup

Be sure to stop by DefSup and take in the new exhibitions.  One of my newest works from the Preserving Harold Project are on display in the Sensibilia show.

https://www.facebook.com/events/531603773681652/

http://www.definitelysuperior.com/sensibilia/

Thursday, 15 October 2015

Monday, 5 October 2015

A glimpse of our show at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery





Carol and Susan would like to acknowledge the support of the Ontario Arts Council Northern Arts Program in the creation of the works in this exhibition.