A young Island artist, an amateur Island photographer, and videos by 11 well-known Quebec artists make up the Confederation Centre Art Gallery’s winter lineup of exhibitions in Charlottetown.
William Steele Louson was a gifted amateur photographer from Charlottetown. Wish You Were Here: W.S. Louson’s Picture Postcards of Prince Edward Island showcases his photographs of Island landscapes that were reproduced on postcards. Curated by Gallery guest, Harry Holman, the exhibition will be on display to April 21.
Norma Jean MacLean’s show is a part of the Art Gallery’s Emerging Artist Program that is supported by the RBC Foundation. Curated by Pan Wendt, her exhibition, Accumulated, Positioned, Reflected, will be on display to April 28.
Motion is a visual anthology that shows the work of 11 Quebec artists.
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