Under a Big Sky and Continental Drift: Two shows by Bruce Anderson
Main Gallery Exhibition - March 4 to April 23, 2017
Public Reception with the Artist –Thursday April 6 at 7:30 pm.
Under a Big Sky by Bruce Anderson
“Under a Big Sky” breaks from traditional composition by presenting the sky in a separate panel to emphasis our physical connection to the earth and the historically exaggerated impact of humans on the earth.
Continental Drift by Bruce Anderson
“Continental Drift” superimposes horses on historical maps to comment on the reach of humans globally and the desire to codify, claim and reclaim the earth for each succeeding society. This exhibition is organized by AGSC in partnership with MJM&AG. Curator is Jennifer McRorie, MJM&AG.
Bruce Anderson has had a long and successful art practice based in Regina, SK. This artist has exhibited work in many group and solo exhibitions and has work in many public and private collections nationally. Bruce was born in Alberta but spent his high school years in Swift Current, SK, and has maintained a connection with this community through family. Bruce Anderson has two major paintings in the permanent collection of artworks at Art Gallery of Swift Current.
Public viewing during regular gallery hours is free and everyone is welcome!
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Exhibition Viewing Hours:
Monday to Thursday - 1 to 5pm and 7 to 9pm
Friday to Saturday - 1 to 5pm. Closed Sundays during July & August
Closed during exhibition changes and statutory holidays.
(Dates and hours subject to change due to special events and availability of volunteers. Please call ahead to avoid disappointment.)