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House Illuminates

Amy Loewan
September 25–November 13, 2021

House Illuminates presents works by Amy Loewan (RCA) that promote peace and well-being. These ideals are at the core of the artist’s life and practice.

House Inspiring Peace is at the centre of the exhibitThe house is constructed from shuen (rice) paper, canvas, silk and Canadian maple, the quintessential structure is encased by woven paper strips and cut paper. Messages, symbols and drawn elements of ink, charcoal, and acrylic adorn the structure. Loewan wanted a simple house, “like the house a child would draw” and the effect is powerful. Lit from within by Edison incandescent lights the house is an invitation to peace and harmony. It offers protection and a room for reflection.

Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Saturday, October 2  from 2–3 pm or 3–4 pm. Registration is required.

Virtual Tours with Curator: Tuesday, October 5 at 12 pm and Friday, October 22 at 3 pm.

In-Person Tours with Curator: Thursday, October 14 at 12 pm and Thursday, October 28 at 4 pm.

Meet the Artist: Amy Loewan will be available at the gallery to chat on Saturday October 16, October 30 and November 6 from 2–3 pm.

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