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Land, Sea, Sky: Works from the Permanent Collection

Event Date: Open Daily from Oct. 31st until Dec. 23rd, 2018
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Event Time: 10 am - 5 pm

Host: Gallery Stratford

Contact: 519-271-5271

Details:

Land, Sea, Sky:  Works from the Permanent Collection

 

Land, Sea, Sky is an exhibition of work from the Gallery Stratford permanent collection.

"People tend to have deep emotional connections to the land they occupy, whether they realize it or not. This is part of why landscapes in art have persisted in popularity despite the passage of time and diverging styles of art. Representations of land, sea, and sky carry an element of nostalgia. These representations might capture places
that are familiar to us; places that have emotions and memories attached to them. They also might capture places that remind us where we want to go; places that, while we have not yet visited them, already have some sort of connection."

~ Susan & Rebehak Kielek

Image: Hendrikus Bervoets, (b.1945), Untitled, 1980, colour pencil and pen collage on paper

This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: Free Admission

Location: Gallery Stratford, Stratford, 54 Romeo Street South, Stratford

Website: gallerystratford.on.ca


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