The Medusa Project is a series of sculptures inspired by bull kelp which is iconic to the waters off of Vancouver Island. My first introduction was at Finlayson Point where I noticed this pile of 'snake like' creatures sleeping along the shoreline.  After closer inspection I

realized that this was

some sort of marine

plant that had no

resemblance to what I

was use to growing up

in fresh water lakes in

Ontario. As I preceded

to venture further along

the shoreline I witnessed the Medusa Dance as the bull kelp swayed in the water which has stuck with me ever since.

The sculptures that I have created are no means anatomically correct. They are mere representations and strive to illustrate the graceful movements and currents of the ocean.