Embodied Ecologies opens on October 7th at the Vernon Public Art Gallery, and consists of a traveling Retrospective survey of the work of Saskatchewan artist, Marsha Kennedy.
This exhibition explores the conceptual basis and evolution of Kennedy’s art practice through multiple bodies of work that engage concepts pertaining to the body, motherhood, feminism, spirituality, nature, museology, ecology, environmental sustainability, and colonial impacts on the land, spanning Kennedy’s prolific four decade career. This survey brings together works in printmaking, painting, mixed media, installation and sculpture to present a richly layered picture of the diversity and yet unifying conceptual threads of Kennedy’s practice.
The opening reception for Embodied Ecologies will be on October 7th from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Vernon Public Art Gallery. The gallery will be checking vaccine passports for this reception.