Yukon Art Society Members' Show
Opening reception: Friday, December 6
On view: December 6 - 24, 2019
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Blankets often signify warmth or shelter during winter months. They can be gifts, or heirlooms passed from generation to generation. A blanket can be a patchwork assembled from many sources, or even serve as a record of community histories and stories. References to these important objects even extend to other areas of our vernacular. In winter, we say that the landscape is blanketed in snow. For our December 2019 show, Yukon Art Society members are examining this theme using a variety of styles and materials.
Astrid Kruse | Barbara Pratt | Carolyn Steele Lane | Catherine Deer | Chantel Goodman | Christian Bucher | Dee Bailey | Emma Cezerac | Gloria Andison | Heather Von | Hyfen (Terri-Lynn Driemeyer) | Joanne Radzimirska | Judy Tomlin | Karen Andersen | Laurie Larkin-Boyle | Lea-Ann Dorval | Leslie Leong | Lyn Fabio | Marie-Hélène Comeau | Mary Beattie | Maya Rosenberg | Pat Bragg | Rebekah Senko | Renate von Oppeln | Sheelah Tolton | Valerie Ross
Blanket will be on display until December 24, but purchased works can be taken home immediately if desired.