Ken Fedoruk & Gabrielle Strong at the District Foyer Gallery North Vancouver

Event Details

District Hall of North Vancouver

Opening Reception, Thursday December 4th, 6:30-8:30pm

A wonderful exhibition of fantastical landscapes by Ken Fedoruk and a interesting approach to nature inspired porcelain clay forms.

Ken Fedoruk has been exploring his Manitoba roots and has been painting landscapes. Presently his focus is on oil painting and sculpting and his subject matter is inspired by nature, human and animal form. With a multitude of textures, curves and shapes he always attempts to capture the mood.

Gabrielle Strong body of work presents many thins strands of porcelain clay randomly woven into forms. While the strands of porcelain are extremely fragile on their own, they become strong and resilient when combined together. Looking towards nature for inspiration, elements of biomorphism are evident, as biomorphic patterns, forms and systems of order create strength and durability.

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