She is a Visual Artist with almost 10 years of public art engagement experience, the chair of River Arts Festival, and president of Haldimand Art Works. Lacie’s work can be found at Gatineau City Hall in Quebec, downtown Ottawa and Trillium Hospital in Mississauga as part of the Human Mozaik team. Additionally, her solo work was part of the Lottridge Alley Project (2017), the Dunnville Commemorative Mural Project, and at Second Chance Records in Caledonia where she created several album art-inspired murals. Lacie was also part of, In the Soil Arts Festival 2017’s Rhizomes exhibit, where she facilitated a site specific interactive installation: Garbage and the Beautiful Embrace.
As an Artist Educator, Lacie owns and operates LVW Creative Barracks, Haldimand County’s only Art Studio and Gallery focused on providing creative experiences for all ages and abilities. She has more than 5 years experience teaching creative experiences to children, adults, seniors, and people with varying abilities. Her studio is a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment where she encourages everyone to celebrate their own unique abilities while honouring the Indigenous Peoples of Canada for caring for our land so that we can live and prosper. LVW Creative Barracks currently works with Community Living Haldimand, Bethesda, Children’s Aid Society, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Grand Erie delivering unique educational experiences.