Beneath the Tame
Curator's Talk with the Artists: 7-8 pm, Tuesday, November 14 at Gallery 101, 51b Young Street, Little Italy
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Mary Anne Barkhouse AOCA, RCA belongs to the Nimpkish band, Kwakiutl First Nation. Working with a variety of materials Barkhouse examines environmental concerns and Indigenous culture through the use of animal imagery. She currently lives and works in the beaver wetlands of the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario.
The artist would like to thank the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Hnatyshyn Foundation for their financial support.
Mary Anne Barkhouse, Red Rover
Anna Williams was born in Ottawa, ON. After studying sculpture and printmaking at Mount Allison University she returned to Ottawa where she continues to live and work. Her artwork employs the animal and narrative to examine the construction and manipulation of female identity and power relationships in contemporary society.
Anna Williams, Diana's Stole