Art Show Focuses on our Imprint on the Peace

A new show opened at the Dawson Creek Art Gallery on Friday night.  “Convergence” is the work of an artistic duo aiming to create works that explore our human impact on the land in the Peace Country.  They have done it by combining their own media and styles: working on some of each others’ pieces to enhance – or trespass upon – the original piece.

Kit Fast is a photographer and Mary Mottishaw is more of a raven, collecting all sorts of materials and placing them as she sees fit.  Both are Dawson Creek artists, collaborating for the first time with “Convergence”.

They have created their pieces and created changes in the other’s pieces: now you get to judge that change and decide for yourself how the secondary imprint makes you feel.

If you are reading this now, you have missed the opening Friday night and the opportunity to meet the artists (many apologies for being late on this one).  The good news is, the show is on until September 17th so there is still time to catch “Convergence” at the Dawson Creek Art Gallery.

Peace Country artists of all kinds are welcome here on Town Spirit, to post, advertise a show, or just share inspiration.  We hope to hear from you at townspirit@hotmail.com or through that comment button.

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