Colour Distinctive: Art and Spirituality

From: 
Friday, June 23, 2017
To: 
Friday, September 15, 2017
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by Angela Lillico & Genevie Henderson (upstairs)

Opening: June 23, 7:30pm

“As impressionistic and expressionist artists, we hope to evoke emotional reactions to our vibrant, colourful, and sometimes calm, ethereal paintings. We strive to create art from our hearts and minds that will touch the soul.

“For both of us, art making is a deeply felt and spiritual experience. We believe that art can be invigorating, awakening, and healing not only for ourselves but also for others. It can be a life-affirming and life-changing process. Art can promote mindfulness, meditation, and a sense of discovery. These beneficial concepts have been well documented in studies on expressive therapies.

“As artists, we have a responsibility and a duty to share our art, whether that is through accessible exhibition, teaching art for self expression, creating art to beautify and enhance our community, or through philanthropic efforts that benefit others. Creativity through art in our world can inspire, ignite, and make a difference.

Genevie Henderson and Angela Lillico

see concurrent exhibit: Re-creation by Sharon Loeppky


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Transfigurement
Dream Fragments