Alma is a white settler living and working in amiskwacîwâskahikan, Treaty 6 Territory. She creates fabric-based installations, soft sculptures, and drawings that consider the material culture and the parameters of abstraction through a feminist lens. Her work has been shown throughout North America, Iceland, and Germany at the Sweet Lorraine Gallery (Brooklyn), Kimura Gallery (Alaska), and included in the 2020 Canadian Biennial of Fibre Art (Idea Exchange, Cambridge ON) as well as in Future Station, the 2015 Biennial of Alberta Art (Art Gallery of Alberta). She is a recipient of the 2020 Edmonton Artist Trust Award and is thankful for the support from Alberta Foundation for the Arts, The Edmonton Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts.
As both artist, teacher, cultural worker, and friend, Alma has focused on creating more accessible art programs. She has worked with a wide variety of government agencies and non-profit organizations, teaching classes and leading workshops at day programs, continuing care centres, and with employment and youth support services. Currently, she is a Sessional Instructor at MacEwan University.