"I use movement and sound to bring my sculptures to life, to attract and mesmerize my viewers. I want to reconcile human and non-human. I use light and colourful materials to evoke a smile, curiosity, and empathy."
Pippa studied at Emily Carr University of Art and Design (2016) and Langara College (2013). Awards include the Langara College Sculpture Studio Award (2013), First Capital Realty Sculpture Competition Winner (2017), BC Arts Council Early Career Development Grant, for a mentorship with artist Luke Blackstone (2017), and a Canada Council project grant for a work with Vancouver artist and musician Al Neil's old piano (2019).