Upcoming exhibition: Anthropocene art on display

I’m what’s known in layman’s terms as Really Bad At Self-Promotion. So bear with me for a sec as I awkwardly tell you about my upcoming show…

In case you haven’t heard, I’ve got a solo exhibition coming up this fall. It’s at the Agnes Jamieson Gallery (Minden Hills Cultural Centre) in Minden, Ontario. The show opens October 24, and I’ll be there on October 25 for the opening reception and artist talk (4:30-6:00pm). I would be absolutely honoured if you could join me. If you can’t make it on that particular day, the show runs until December 21. 

I’ve been really hard at work for the past several months putting the show together and I’m proud of what I’ve come up with. The line-up is devoted entirely to works exploring the Anthropocene, and 9 of the 10 pieces in the show have never been exhibited before. The centrepiece of the show will be the crowd-sourced mosaic (currently in production!), which has so many interesting and amazing treasures tucked into it. And you’ll even be able to explore that piece with your hands without alarm bells going off or me doing a running tackle. Bonus!  

I’m really excited about the show and hope you can make it. I bet there will be lovely fall colours on display around that time, which are guaranteed to pair perfectly with beautiful yet sobering Anthropocene art.   

Feel free to email me if you have any questions!

2 Responses to Upcoming exhibition: Anthropocene art on display

  1. Alix Paul September 4, 2019 at 8:33 am #

    Congratulations Julie! on our solo show! Would love to see (and touch) your crowd sourced mosaic continents (along with all of your other stunning works) in person….perhaps a group road trip will be in order!

    • Julie Sperling September 5, 2019 at 5:21 pm #

      Thanks Alix! YESSSSSS DO A ROADTRIP!! *ahem* Not that I’m biased…

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