Event Archive - Tracing Boundaries: Mary Babineau, Carly Butler, Debora Cabral, Andrea Castillo, Ann Connelly, Anna Curtin , Susan Feilders, Michelle Ford, Debra Gloeckler, Suzanne Hamilton, Kim Kounce, Brenda Leo, Fern Long, Natasha Van Netten, Esther Parker, Max Parsons, Max Parsons, Trish Shwart, Xane St Phillip, Clare Thomas, Doug Thoms
Opening Reception Friday March 16 at 6pm. Curator talk at 6:30. Come meet the artists.
This exhibition revolves around the theme of 'tracing boundaries' and contains work by 20 artists. Each artist has interpreted this theme in a unique and personal way. Tracing Boundaries is organized and curated by the Curatorial Studies II students from the Vancouver Island School of Art.
Mary Babineau, Carly Butler, Debora Cabral, Andrea Castillo, Ann Connelly, Anna Curtin, Susan Feilders, Michelle Ford, Debra Gloeckler, Suzanne Hamilton, Kim Kounce, Brenda Leo, Fern Long, Natasha van Netten, Esther Parker, Max Parsons, Trish Shwart, Xane St Phillip, Clare Thomas and Doug Thoms.
Opening reception March 16 at 6pm
Curator talk at 6:30
Exhibition continues to April 9
Esther paints and draws people, pencil sharpeners, and peas… and anything else that strikes her fancy!
She is a largely self-taught artist, although she studied part-time at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and the Vancouver Island School of Art. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geography from the University of Victori... more info
Trish Shwart (Representational)
Trish is a mixed media artist engaged with contemporary issues of gender, networked society and social change. Her recent work is driven by her interest in the links between social policy and market forces.In recent months she has started to focus her work on the beauty and mystery of our urban landscapes. more info
Much of my work currently focuses on the impact of memory loss on the family, an issue that more and more people are experiencing. I came to this work as a response to my Mother’s Alzheimer’s. My process is about creating and re-creating “memories” using personal family photographs as source material. I use a variety of methodologies, incl... more info