In his artwork, Ed Pas explores beauty, enchantment, and mystery, and is motivated by a desire to create images that transcend the mundane. Originally trained as a printmaker, Ed now works in a variety of media. Most recently he has concentrated on digital artmaking, creating pieces that are strongly based in drawing. He is represented in Saskatoon by the Darrell Bell Gallery. His work can be found in the collection of the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Ed has also been a graphic designer, web developer, writer, and editor. His website – edpas.net – includes his digital portfolio, blog, and his writings on art and advocacy.
In the fall of 2006 Lia and Ed returned to their hometown of Saskatoon with their son Jarrod, after two years in Japan (2003-2005) and a year in England. Husk is their first chapbook-length collaboration.
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