May 14 to July 25, 2010
This selection of landscape drawings explores some of the work produced over the last five years by Falkland, BC artist, Ann Kipling. Kipling's distinguished career is all the more noteworthy because of its enduring focus on drawing. Her work is often intricately detailed as she defines her subject matter less with meandering line but instead with clusters of marks that she orchestrates to build mass and form. In a sense her work can be likened to an excavation where careful gestures collude to reveal some or other treasure. Rather than unearthing something new, however, she inscribes that which is available for us to see or encounter every day, mapping nuances in the surfaces she draws that we might better see them. This exhibition was first shown at Vernon Public Art Gallery.
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