Views consisted of text made out of ice during an art residency at the Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island. The largest project was the word VIEW which stood 6 feet high. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario and adjacent to Toronto’s shoreline, the word reflected on the million dollar view sold by real-estate agents though the images in their brochures probably depict a sunny summer scene. Westerners enjoy a view of nature as long as it is at a safe distance. A series of smaller ice texts accompanied the project which related to the multiple perspectives of language, how one word can conjure up a plethora of definitions depending on the viewpoint of the reader.