Susan E. Middletonshapeimage_2_link_0
My Rouleau ancestors were from Normandy, France.
They came to Canada in the late 1700’s. The word “rouleau” can mean a bobbin, a roll of film or a roll of canvas.
These three objects have been important parts of the expression and  exploration of my artistic ideas.
I have been using wool and silk wound on bobbins to make my tapestries, film until recently, for my photographs and paper and canvas in my paintings and drawings. Working in a variety of mediums provides many places for my ideas to grow.
I hope that you will enjoy your visit to my site.

“Art is fresh seeing.”

Emily Carr

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