Interpretations of landscapes at the center of the exhibition of paintings

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Three regional artists are featured in a new exhibition that explores different interpretations of landscapes.

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Paintings by Carol Finkbeiner Thomas, Kim Rempel and Jane Roy are featured in the exhibition at the Westland Gallery through October 8.

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“The exhibition highlights the process of finding elements in the landscape that the artist finds compelling for exploration, amplification and exaggeration to create aesthetically strong paintings,” said the director of the gallery, Danielle Hoevenaars.

“For Finkbeiner Thomas it is often color and atmosphere, for Rempel pattern and reflection, and for Roy a strong composition.”

Finkbeiner Thomas has always had a keen interest in color and atmosphere, which is taken further in these paintings, while Rempel is drawn to landscape motifs that can be “enhanced and exaggerated” and Roy seeks “composition perfect which makes her small”. landscape studies stand out,” Hoevenaars said.

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What: Group exhibition of landscape paintings by Carol Finkbeiner Thomas, Kim Rempel and Jane Roy

When: Until Oct. 8 with reception on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Where: Westland Gallery, 156 Wortley Rd. at Bruce Street

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