Join us for an opening reception for synthesis by Hildur M H Jónasson on January 21st, Saturday from 7-9PM.
PLEASE NOTE: The gallery will be closed during the day until 7pm to prepare for the opening.
synthesis addresses ecopsychology or the psychological, emotional and spiritual side of the climate crisis. This exhibition touches on hope/despair, creation/destruction and beauty/ugliness in our human/nature relationship. The work is created using either natural elements, including glaciers or human generated waste in the form of plastic pollution collected from the high Arctic.
Hildur Jónasson (she/her) self describes as a printcentric, multi disciplinary artist. Her love of printmaking informs her art practice as she approaches her work with a printmaker’s eye. She explores themes of our relationship to nature at the intersection of the climate crisis, natural phenomena, and the folklore/mythology of her native Iceland.
Hildur is an emerging artist who has exhibited in Canada and internationally. Hildur has participated as artist in residence at The Banff Centre, The Arctic Circle Artist Residency and The Toni Onley Artists’ Project. In 2019, Jónasson was awarded the Don Wright Scholarship at St Michael’s Printshop in St John’s, Newfoundland.
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