The traveling exhibition presents a topographical view of the ocean landscape

“When we first explored the idea of ​​hosting this exhibition, it was in 2018-2019, and the topic of human-made waste in our waterways was often in the news,” says Verrier. .

“Images of straws, plastic bottles, plastic bags and microplastics found in our fish, waterways and natural environment were almost daily. Locally, our shoreline at Lake Sylvan was also changing, affecting how residents and visitors were exploring the area.When visitors explore the galleries, we encourage reflection and discussion about our impact on the environment.

Osborne is from Newcastle, Australia and studied at the National Art School in Sydney. She earned her MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA, and has lived in Edmonton since 1971. There she is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Art and Design at the University of Alberta.

His work has been featured in over 360 exhibitions since the 1970s.

First Friday Opening Reception: Friday, June 3rd5pm-8pm

Join us as part of First Fridays Red Deer for the Lyndal Osborne Exhibit Opening Reception, Tracing the tides: a topographic survey. Chat with artist Lyndal Osborne about his work.

2 hour tour – June 4e at 2 o’clock in the afternoon. Join artist Lyndal Osborne for a guided tour of his exhibition, Tracing the tides: a topographic survey.

Art Workshop: Encaustic Collage Sunday June 12e1 p.m.-4 p.m. – Join MAG art educator Christel Langan to explore the playful process of encaustic. Using melted beeswax and resin you will create 1-2 small multimedia works. All supplies are included with registration. For ages 16 and up. $60 + GST/person; GAM members, $70 + GST/regular person. Register on lineby phone or in person.

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