One of the things I am doing in the studio currently - Embellishing cotton white gloves so viewers can touch "Travel Stories" in style and fun. First 6 of 20 pairs finished.

Over four months in the making, the Streetscene Satchel and Book is finally finished. Friends may notice that I brought back my original paper construction technique to create tiny collaged miniatures of my grandmother's photos for this final book. Yes, these are National Geographic maps from the 60s and 70s. 

Closed: 25 x 25 x 4 cm, Straps: 48 cm x 2 cm.

Satchel Open: 75.5 x 58 cm.

Book Closed: 22 x 24 x 4 cm.

Book Open: 22 x 48 cm.

16 fanned pages over open satchel.




Custom hand-made case using millboard, kozo paper and PVA glue. Archivally protected with 2 coats of Soft Gloss Gel Medium and several coats of MSA Matt Varnish with UVLS. 
Three 12" x 16" x 1" (30.5 x 40.5 x 2.5 cm) Blue-Green Folios were created. (Author owns one of them).

Inside Left: Hand signed copy of Gord McIntyre's memoir, Remembering Richly The Rewarding Outdoors, Published by Burnstown Publishing House, 2015. 

Inside Right: The complete series of seven original woodcuts on 11" x 14"(28 x 35.5 cm) acid free rag paper. $600.00
Three 12" x 16" x 1" (30.5 x 40.5 x 2.5 cm) Blue Folios were created.(2 available)

Individual Prints may be purchased for $125. each, or $135 with memoir included.

Copies of the memoir "Remembering Richly" may be purchased for $20.

(Shipping not included).  

To view complete series of original prints and details, please refer to website's page "Remembering Richly" "


ArtStarts is launching Art Fundamentals, a creative learning series for teachers and artists.

Once a month, teachers and artists are invited to join us at ArtStarts (in downtown Vancouver) for hands-on workshops in visual and performing arts, led by professional artists.

If you are an educator or artist who wants to brush up on art fundamentals, these workshops are for you. You'll have the opportunity to explore:

  • the theory and practice behind basic art forms
  • art fundamentals that will help you develop your creative confidence
  • ways to implement arts based activities in the classroom
  • new relationships with artists and educators

Saturday, November 8, 2014, 11am - 2pm
Transferring Everyday Objects into Art

with Julie McIntyre


This printmaking workshop shows you how to use the most basic equipment and ordinary materials to create professional results. Various transfer techniques will be demonstrated and combined to bring three-dimensional materials, from scraps of lace to playing dice, into seemingly two-dimensional "abstractions". The beauty of these processes is that you cannot predict or control how their image is going to look because of the nature of mirror images, reversals and cover overlays, so they become more playful and experimental. The serendipitous nature of printmaking is celebrated, rather than ignored or discouraged in these activities, while the experimental images also become great exercises in compositional resolution. Delight in the playfulness of the repeated image, develop a greater appreciation for qualities of paper, and deepen your appreciation for surface treatment.




To register:


Running September 5 to November 9, 2014 In Wait is a visual collaboration by seven members of The Full Circle Art Collective and is a contemplative response to the artists’ personal experiences and the shared communal psyche as they examined an ordinary part of life: the ubiquitous act of waiting. Over 200 panels are included in the work and here are my individual pieces with 2 of Rina Pita's.

Text are first three stanzas of Amazing Grace by John Newton (1725-1807)

Book design and printing based on Lucy Mood McIntyre's travel slides.

25 pages, paper and thread, 2014
This favourite hymn was requested by my grandmother to be sung at her funeral. 

Opened purse

My grandmother was raised a Methodist and married the son of a Presbyterian

Minister, but I never thought of her as religious because she never spoke about it. I hadn't considered that she was raised to believe you don't discuss religion or politics in polite society.

First page

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Page 7

Paper and thread

with embroidered passport.


Finally made my money! This currency is based on my grandmother's genealogy and, of course, her travel photographs.