Stone and Sky: Canada’s Mountain Landscape
November 11, 2017 to February 26, 2018
Audain Art Museum
Three works by the Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson were on loan from our collection to the Audain Art Museum in Whistler, BC for the exhibition Stone and Sky: Canada’s Mountain Landscape. Curated by Darrin Martens in recognition of Canada’s sesquicentennial, the exhibition explored how Canadian artists have interacted with the monumentality and vastness of mountain vistas over time. With over 100 objects on loan from 20 different public and private collections, Stone and Sky is the largest and most comprehensive art historical project that the Audain Art Museum has thus far undertaken; the exhibition is also accompanied by a book with essays by Martens, Roger Boulet and Lisa Christianson. The Kamloops Art Gallery was delighted to lend South of Razor Mt, BC, 1914; Mount Paul, Kamloops, BC, 1945; and Five Mile Glacier, Mt. Robson, 1914 for inclusion in the exhibition.
Curated by Darrin Martens
View images of the exhibition here.
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