Ménage à Trois opens with a collection of acrylic paintings, conceptual, mixed media and yard art by artist Lynda Phelan, who studied Fine Arts and Graphic Design at Vancouver Island University.
“In Ménage à Trois, I am sharing three different views of who I am,” she says of her show. Expect to see acrylic paintings rich with vibrant colours, combined with texture and whispering her innermost thoughts, as well as conceptual works using mixed media, and finally, fun yard art that “stretches the walls of your living space to the outside,” she says.
Phelan says for her, art is taking a part of who you are and exposing it to the world. “Letting it all hang out, allowing yourself to be vulnerable and heard. You can release your deepest fears, share your passion, or state your innermost thoughts.”
The Gallery is located upstairs in the attic of the Ladysmith Museum. The gabled room hosts art shows by local and emerging artists.
The Gallery space offers artists an opportunity to showcase their work in a downtown location when space is not being used for museum exhibitions.
The Gallery is available for rentals, private shows and special functions. for a nominal fee or a 25 percent sales commission.
Please contact the society for details.
Donations gratefully accepted.