• Thursday, January 09, 2020
  • Tuesday, February 25, 2020
  • Kay Meek Arts Centre

Artists Anni Hunt, Elizabeth Topham & Sande Waters explore themes of order & chaos, continuity & renewal, within nature & the self through dynamic mixed media work.

Hunt's experimental work involves abstract mark making on canvas with wax, oils & inks & stitching back into the marks to create texture & complexity; evocative of the complex cycles of renewal & continuity in nature.

Topham's gestural paintings explore the chaos & structure of Rubus armeniacus, the non-indigenous blackberry bramble which over the last century has naturalized here in the Pacific Northwest. The work examines the physical complexity of the bramble - the patterns, structure & chaos -  as a metaphor for our own entanglement with self, others & nature. 

Waters' work is an expression of the transformative & sometimes chaotic elements in life, manifested through colourful fluid abstract paintings & prints combining layers of painting & photography. 

Opening reception: Thursday, January 9th, from 5:30-7pm

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