Art in the Park - Artist in Residence
As a canoe and kayak guide for more than ten years, Julie has had the opportunity to travel some of the most remote wilderness areas of Northern Ontario, forming a deep personal connection to the natural world. As a painter, she translates landscapes into stunning large-scale, abstract compositions examining this connection. “The importance of the landscape, and the specific landscape I inhabit... [have] become the central inspiration in my painting, extending into a broader concern for changing visions and understandings of landscape in the age of intensifying technological innovations and dwindling wilderness and natural spaces.” We’re excited to have Julie returning as an artist-in-residence.
Photographing the Abstract in Nature
- Satuday, July 28, 2012, 2pm – 4pm
Discover the bounty of abstract compositions found in nature. Chat with Julie about the qualities of abstraction, and use it as creative fuel during an afternoon of finding images in the wild. Looking along the shore, closely among the rocks and mosses, you will find and photograph interesting abstract compositions.
What to bring: Digital camera and creativity.
What we supply: Inspiration.