LHFH Lines of Communication by Laurel Vlieg is one of several works of art featured in the Fort Gallery’s juried show, ‘Losing Home, Finding Hope.’ The show runs May 30 to June 24. Submitted image.

Fort Gallery juried show features 13 local artists

‘Losing Home, Finding Hope’ runs May 30 June 24

From the forced migration of political refugees, to wildlife losing habitat, The Fort Gallery’s 2018 juried exhibition contemplates loss of home and inquires into possibilities of creating a sense of hope.

Losing Home, Finding Hope runs May 30 June 24 at the gallery, located at 9048 Glover Rd.

Jurors reviewed 57 submitted pieces exploring this theme; 13 artworks created using a wide variety of mediums were selected. The included artists are Alex Burton, Ranu Chakraborty, Jenny Hawkinson, Denise Holland, Edith Krause, Adriana Molina, Sarah Ronald, Betty Spackman, Laurel Vlieg and Sarah Wright.

The public is invited to attend the opening reception on Thursday, June 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. Many of the artists will be in attendance and will be giving short talks on their work.

For more details, visit www.fortgallery.ca.



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