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Tod Emel: A Forest

Posted in Arts & Culture
Feb 15, 2019 to Apr 20, 2019

Tod Emel, Nova, 2018, 60” x 60”, acrylic on carved custom panel, private collection, courtesy of the artist.

Tod Emel: A Forest

Curated by Leah Taylor

Kenderdine Art Gallery, Feb. 15 - April 20, 2019
Artist’s residency at the Kenderdine: Jan. 14–Feb. 15
Opening reception: Friday, Feb. 15 | 7 pm

Tod Emel: A Forest explores the impact of the recent mountain pine beetle epidemic on pine forests in central British Columbia. Emel reflects on the similarities between pine beetle markings and his own artistic processes in this new body of low-relief carved panel drawings.

 

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