July 19 to September 29, 2002
Alice Park-Spurr’s oil paintings are complex, multi-layered compositions. They stand as “expressions of memories, experiences, dreams, nature and the inner self.” Drawing upon a mental bank of images, the artists redefines and re-contextualizes them as elements of her composition, flattening and often reducing or distilling an idea to the point where it becomes a shape or pattern which is repeated. Rather than being realistic representations of a particular landscape, these paintings can be seen more as a form of “visual poetry,” evocative of place. This exhibition is organized by the Yukon Arts Centre Gallery.
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