Kootenay artists offer talk on Forest for the Trees

Touchstones Nelson offers a unique experience for local art lovers as artists speak about their work in the Forest for the Trees exhibit.

Elm by Kootenay artist Barbara Maye Ulme.

NELSON — All are welcome to Touchstones Nelson this Thursday at 7 p.m. to hear artists Nadine Stefan, Barbara Maye and Tanya Pixie Johnson speak about their work in the exhibition Forest for the Trees.

The talks will take the form of a tour, with plenty of opportunities for questions and conversation as the audience moves throughout the gallery.

Forest for the Trees explores our relationship to nature through  sculpture, painting, photography and installation. The exhibition runs until April 15.

Contact Touchstones Nelson for more information at 250-352-9813. The cost of the talk is by donation.

 

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