Kelsey Stephenson is an Edmonton based print artist with an extensive exhibition record in Canada and internationally. Her most recent work in print-based installation deals with landscape and memory, examining the impact that location has on humans, while also looking at the impressions that people create on the landscape around them.
The exhibition consists of printed silk veils suspended from the ceiling creating an environment for visitors to navigate. The visual works will be complemented by soundtracks recorded at a different location where Stephenson collected the source imagery.
July 23 - September 30, 2020
Christine Kashuba is Vernon based artist with a prolific studio practice. Kashuba moves between landscape, figurative, and still life genres, and often includes botanical subject matter. Her exhibition Full Spectrum at the VPAG consists of cyanotype prints exploring mainly landscape forms complemented by the samples of Okanagan Flora.