Harold Sikkema

Harold Sikkema is a visual artist with rhizomatous roots. His photo-based practice illumines a preoccupation with natural and liturgical patterns. His digital tapestries are exhibited and collected internationally. Current work is focused on curiosity, gesture, and collaboration. On Monday nights Harold sings Tenor. He credits the (McMaster) choral community with spurring on a lyrical approach to life. When not staffing the Flagship Gallery, or absorbing heady audiobooks, Harold paddles forward in Caledonia through freelance consulting.

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