Date and Time 


Exhibition  June 3–July 30
In-Person Exhibition Tour

Thursday, July 22, at 12 pm

Virtual Artist Talk

Thursday,  June 17 at 7:30 pm


Through a highly involved artistic process requiring many layers of acrylic paint and glaze, Keith Harder’s awe-inspiring works capture imagery of extreme weather on a monumental scale. Harder’s sublime creations take more than four months to complete. This process creates the effect of deep mysterious darkness, as well as iridescent light and colour. ILL Winds references the proverb, “It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good”. Keith Harder leaves it in our hands to determine whether this is our fate or if, with hope and resilience, we can uncover the cloud’s silver lining.

Keith Harder, ILL Winds: North, acrylic on canvas, 69 x 93”, 2015.

Online Exhibition


Meet the Artist: Keith Harder

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Image credit: Keith Harder’s “ILL Winds West”, acrylic on canvas, 92×116”
Music credit: excerpt from “Winnsboro Cottom Mill Blues” by Frederic Rzewski performed by Milton Schlosser.
Video edition: Ryan Humphrey